ENVIRONMENTAL

SAFETY

Protection of the environment is one of the most important challenges of our time, which faces humanity and requires immediate active action. For this it is necessary to combine the daily efforts of all employees of our company, who are fully informed, trained and educated in environmental protection issues. Our activities in the field of environmental management are aimed at achieving environmental efficiency, one of the official goals of our company.

ENERGY RESOURCES AND THE

PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE

DEVELOPMENT

In the production of electric power, we strive to provide excellent value for money as well as a high level of environmental friendliness. This task is carried out in the stages of selecting certified raw materials, harvested in areas of sustainable forestry exclusively by legal methods, production under conditions of careful monitoring and subsequent use of the product throughout its entire life cycle and, finally, environmentally friendly disposal.
Another important aspect is that the carbon contained in natural wood is retained in our finished products. As a result, less carbon dioxide (CO2) is emitted into the atmosphere, which is only released during combustion or decomposition of wood. Reducing CO2 emissions helps to protect the environment and create healthy living conditions for everyone.
Our position as a leading producer of electricity makes us particularly responsible for environmental protection. For this reason, we see it as our task to prevent the negative impact of our production processes on the environment and to continue to improve their environmental compatibility. We strive to minimize the consumption of raw materials, water and electricity, recycle wastewater, electricity and heat, and incinerate production waste to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels as much as possible.
We provide the information and resources necessary to meet our goals and objectives in accordance with our energy policy, and we continually work to improve energy efficiency. In addition, our investments in environmental protection result in significant economic benefits that preserve jobs and secure the future of our company.

BY 2025, PANJIANG REFINED COAL

WILL FULLY TRANSITION TO 100% USE

OF ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES IN

THE PRODUCTION OF ITS PRODUCTS.

By using the resources of our planet and our business wisely, we conserve natural resources and inspire both individuals and large communities around the world to make progress. This means balancing economic, environmental and social factors while solving global problems. And above all, this means bringing everyone together with a common goal: to improve the lives of everyone. Logo

THE 6 MAIN

DIRECTIONS

WE ARE WORKING

ON FROM AN

ENVIRONMENTAL

PERSPECTIVE:

EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

MINIMIZING ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS

MAXIMUM INCREASE IN RECYCLABLE OR COMPOSTABLE PACKAGING

EFFICIENT WATER MANAGEMENT

WASTE REDUCTION

SUSTAINABLE RAW MATERIAL SOURCES

RARE AND ENDANGERED

ANIMAL AND PLANT SPECIES

ARE THE MOST FRAGILE AND

IMPORTANT PART OF OUR

PLANET'S BIODIVERSITY.

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF

EVEN A SINGLE SPECIES FROM

AN ECOSYSTEM CAN LEAD TO

THE DISRUPTION OF ITS

INTEGRITY AND

SUSTAINABILITY, AND IN

SOME CASES, TO ITS

DESTRUCTION.

In order to preserve rare species and maintain the viability of their populations within their ranges, specially protected natural areas (SPNAs) are created in which the use of natural resources is restricted, up to a complete ban. But it is not enough to preserve areas isolated from each other: it is necessary to connect them with each other by "ecological corridors" with special regimes of nature management, which ensure free movement of animals. For this purpose, ecological networks - "econets" - are planned and created.

Along with SPNAs they include areas of traditional nature use, fishery protected areas, forests of high conservation value, buffer zones of nature reserves and national parks, areas closed for exploration and extraction of minerals, etc. Under the conditions of climate change the boundaries of natural zones and habitats change. Therefore, the planning of "econets" takes into account not only the current, but also a prospective assessment of the significance of territories and ecosystem services provided by natural complexes.

THE GOAL OF PANJIANG REFINED COAL IN 2018-2023

To create conditions that ensure a stable population of "flagging" species in accordance with the natural capacity of their habitats (no more animals than the area can feed).

SUCCESS INDICATORS

Numbers of priority species are stable or increasing
The area and percentage of coverage of key ecosystems by protected areas and areas with a sustainable natural resource use regime are increased.

IN ADDITION TO

CREATING NEW

AND SUPPORTING

EXISTING SPNAS,

WE PLAN TO:

Develop and implement national strategies and action plans for the conservation of priority (flagship) species;

Introduce methods of sparing (rational) nature management in the habitats of "flag" species and, taking into account climate change, create ecological "bridges" between protected areas;

To provide legal and practical support in combating poaching;

Develop cooperation with local communities