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Safety, Health & Environment

The Company cares about environment protection, safety of its employees and products, which are reflected in the Company being certified under ISO 9001, 14001, 22000 and 50001 standards; OSHAS 18001 standard along with other accreditations

It took the Company little over four months to implement a combined quality and environmental management system at the Purwakarta manufacturing facilities. Indorama Synthetics employs state-of-the-art equipment for effluent treatment to meet World Bank and government of Indonesia environment standards.

Adequate medical facilities are provided to all employees and their families and the Company employs a strict no child labour policy.

Certificates

Global Recycle Standard Yarns

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ISO 9001 2015

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ISO 14001 2015

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ISO 22000 2005

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REACH

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Recycled Claim Standard Spinning

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Halal Assurance System Polyetser

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ISO 50001 2011 - Polyester & Yarns

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ISO 50001 2011 - Spun Yarns (incl Folded & Dyed)

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ISO 50001 2011 - Spun Yarns

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USTERIZED Spun Yarn

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Knrci Certificate

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OHSAS18000 2007

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Better Cotton Initiative

Indorama Group’s principal entity engaged in the manufacture of spun yarns (using cotton), PT. Indo-Rama Synthetics Tbk, Indonesia is a member of Better Cotton Initiative (“BCI”). BCI, a not for profit organisation, is the world’s largest cotton sustainability programme and a member of ISEAL Alliance, the global membership association for sustainability standards. BCI is a product, a philosophy and a movement, achieving sustainability through continuous improvement to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it, better for the environment it grows in and better for sector’s future. BCI works with a diverse range of stakeholders to promote measurable and continuing improvements for the environment, farming, communities and the economies of cotton-producing areas. BCI aims to transform cotton production worldwide by developing better cotton as a sustainable mainstream commodity. Indorama Group plans to expand its BCI membership to cover its other spun yarn manufacturing locations (using cotton fibre) in Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan.