Protecting the Environment

No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation

FGV is committed to no deforestation, no planting on peat and no exploitation (NDPE). Recognising the potential impact of our industry on the environment, FGV undertakes to adopt the following practices:

  • No new planting on peatland regardless of depth
  • No development on areas of natural forest, high carbon stock (HCS) or high conservation value (HCV)
  • No open burning in all its premises
  • No use of agrochemicals categorized as World Health Organization Class 1A or 1B or that are listed by the Stockholm or Rotterdam Conventions

Climate Action

FGV shares the global concern about climate change and is committed to playing its role in climate action. As part of its efforts to contribute to the SDGs particularly SDG13, and in line with our Group Sustainability Policy, we have embarked on an energy conservation programme across our manufacturing facilities which ultimately seeks to promote efficient utilization of energy, to eliminate wasteful and non-productive patterns of energy consumption and to minimise carbon and GHG emissions.

FGV envisions a future where renewable energy becomes the main source of power generation. In supporting global action to achieve SDG7, FGV is also moving towards expanding the use of renewable energy in its operations. Details about FGV’s renewable energy programmes are available at (here)

Reduction of GHG Emissions

In light of Paris Agreement 2015 and UN goals on climate action, we have integrated climate change measures into our business strategy and planning. We are increasing the ability to adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change and foster climate resilience and low greenhouse gas emissions development through our periodic reduction of GHG emissions (such as methane, CH4, released from our palm oil processing activities). We capture and utilise the methane gas released from our wastewater anaerobic treatment facilities at our mills. To date we have progressively installed and now operate 25 biogas FGV is presently the single largest plantation owner of biogas plants in the world, with a total of 25 plants. Our 2019 data shows that our biogas plants managed to reduce 158,830MT of CO2. We target to reduce our GHG emissions by 25% from our baseline years of 2014 by 2020.

Year201420152016201720182019
CO2 reduction (MT)68, 69572, 81487, 429116, 750264, 000158, 830

Reduction of CO2 emissions from FGV’s plants

Bio-compressed Natural Gas (BIO-CNG)

FGV Palm Industries Sdn Bhd (FGVPI) is in a collaboration with Sime Darby Energy Solutions Sdn Bhd (SDES) and Biotek Dinamik Sdn Bhd (BDSB), to produce bio-compressed natural gas (BIO-CNG) from palm oil mill effluent (POME), which will allow potential development of 35 brownfield and greenfield sites owned by FGVPI. Bio-CNG is a viable and sustainable alternative to fossil-derived natural gas that will be explored for both local and export market for potential industrial consumption and vehicle conversion on build-own-operate basis. Capturing and recycling this biogas to produce a green and renewable fuel makes commercial sense, while also contributing to our efforts to reduce emissions from the production of palm oil which is in line with the Government of Malaysia’s focus on renewable energy.

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