Sustainability

 

Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil Certification (MSPO)

MSPO is Malaysia's national sustainability certification scheme which seeks to promote sustainable development of the palm oil industry spanning oil palms plantations, independent and organized smallholdings, and palm oil processing facilities. The scope of MSPO includes Transparency, Legal and Regulatory Compliance, Best Production Practices, Environmental Responsibility, Commitments to Local Community Development, Human Rights and Land Rights. In addition, MSPO Supply Chain Certification Standard (SCCS) which is complementary to MSPO Part 4 entails traceability throughout the palm oil value chain from growers to customers.

As an oil palms company operating in Malaysia, SOPB is committed to the adoption of MSPO Certification as the primary sustainability standard. The Group actively participates in the MSPO Technical Working Committee for Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) Certification, Expert Working Group for MSPO Supply Chain Certification Standard (SCCS) and MSPO National Steering Committee under Ministry of Primary Industries through Sarawak Oil Palm Plantation Owners Association (SOPPOA).

All SOPB palm oil mills and estates are fully MSPO certified under MSPO Part 4 (MS2530-4: 2013), Supply Chain Certification Standard (SCCS) and MSPO Part 3 (MS2530-3: 2013) respectively and will undergo re-certification periodically.

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MSPO Certification - Mill

Sarawak Oil Palms Berhad (SOPB)
No. Mill Certification
1. Galasah POM  
2. Lambir POM  
3. Balingian POM  
4. Sepakau POM  
5. Sabaju POM  
6. Tinbarap POM  
7. Metanik POM  

 

MSPO Certification - Estates

Click to the name of subsidiaries to see what are the estates certified under MSPO Achievement.

 

MSPO Certification - Downstream Complex

No. Downstream Complex Certification
1. SOP Edible Oils Sdn Bhd (Refinery & Fractionation Plant)
2. SOP Edible Oils Sdn Bhd (Kernel Crushing Plant)
3. SOP Green Energy Sdn Bhd (Biodiesel Plant)
4. SOP Green Energy Sdn Bhd (Phytonutrients Plant)
     

 

 

 

 

CORRECT AS OF 10 MARCH 2021