By making strides in each of its business segments, Korindo Group recognizes the need to evolve into a more ecologically friendly organization. The company works with the Cibubur Square Rest Area as one example of this to address difficulties with the disposal of organic garbage. A bioconversion waste processing plant using BSF (Black Soldier Flies) as its biological agent is part of the public facility run by Korindo Group.
“Many locations continue to use poor methods of managing food waste, which have long-term detrimental effects on both the environment and human health.” “We created this facility for that reason,” the general secretary of the Korindo Foundation, Seo Jeongsik, remarked.
The bioconversion method is not only advantageous for the environment but also reasonably safe for the neighborhood and community. The Black Soldier Fly is unique among the 800 fly species that exist on Earth since it is not harmful and doesn’t carry any disease-causing substances.
The foundation and Forest For Life Indonesia have worked together twice, most recently on this project (FFLI). In West Nusa Tenggara’s Lombok, they constructed a comparable facility in 2018.
In particular, when growing its operations, Korindo Group has worked hard for years to be more environmentally responsible. Because it uses recycled materials, its Paper Division has received recognition from the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) as an eco-friendly paper manufacturer.
Recycling is one method for addressing environmental issues brought on by deforestation, as is common knowledge. Korindo Group upholds the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System despite employing recycled materials and paying attention to product quality.
One of the biggest suppliers of newsprint in Southeast Asia is Korindo’s Paper Division. With a combined annual capacity of 330,000 metric tons, the mill is equipped with paper and DIP (deinked pulp) machines. The Division collaborates with a number of prestigious media firms, both domestically and internationally, because it has such a huge capacity (in Japan, the United States, and European countries).
The sole manufacturer of wind towers in the area with more than 50 years of experience is Korindo Group. Wind towers can be used by industries to generate environmentally safe, renewable energy.
In addition to being certified for ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2000, and The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessels DIN 18800-7 Class E Japan H-Grade, the facility has a yearly production capacity of 500 towers. Today, more than 3,000 towers totaling 6 gigawatts have been built and deployed globally.
There is plenty to be proud of for Korindo Group, a dominant force in a number of Southeast Asian markets. We have grown our company over the course of our 50 years of existence by significantly advancing the economic prosperity of the nation while sustaining ecologically responsible, forward-thinking business practices.