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Business Sustainability Practices in Thailand, Krisada Ruangchotevit, SCG and Sangob Auloong, InterfaceFlor


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This presentation was part of the ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme 2017 'Building Transformational Leadership Towards the SDGs'

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Business Sustainability Practices in Thailand, Krisada Ruangchotevit, SCG and Sangob Auloong, InterfaceFlor

  1. 1. Building Transformational Leadership towards Sustainable Development Goals SDGs’ Business in Action 1 Krisada Ruangchotevit, Manager – Materiality Integration Sustainable Development Office, SCG T. 02-586-5584, M. 08-9201-4032,
  2. 2. 2 SCG Business Overview SCG Cement - Building Materials Core Business Units:  Historical roots in producing Cement and expanded to Building Products, Paper & Packaging, Petrochemicals, and Distribution.  Listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand since 1976.  In 2016, Assets 539.7 billion baht, Revenue from sales 423.4 billion baht (23% within ASEAN), EBITDA 96.2 billion baht (16% on Total Assets).  Total employees of 53,728 persons within the ASEAN region (31st December 2016). SCG Chemicals SCG Packaging
  3. 3. 3 Belief in the Value of the Individual เชื่อมั่นในคุณค่าของคน Adherence to Fairness ตั้งมั่นในความเป็นธรรม Dedication to Excellence มุ่งมั่นในความเป็นเลิศ Concern for Social Responsibility ถือมั่นในความรับผิดชอบต่อสังคม SCG Business Philosophy
  4. 4. 4 Economic & Social Development Protect the nature and build the environment Contributing to the sustainable progress of ASEAN and the local communities where we operate. Creating value for our customers, employees, and all other stakeholders. SCG is an ASEAN Sustainable Business Leader SCG will become a Regional Business Leader with emphasis on Innovation and Sustainability. SCG Vision Roongrote Rangsiyopash President & CEO, SCG
  5. 5. 5 Solution for Sustainable Business Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. (Brundtland Report, World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987)
  6. 6. 6 Society For Growing A Successful Business Economy Environment Which dimension is the most importance?
  7. 7. 7 • Policy • Code of conduct • Culture • Ethics / Morality Growing Economy Healthy Environment Happy Society Compliance with regulations and laws is a minimum requirement for all SCG operations. Balance Triple Bottom Lines Conducting business in harmony with Economy, Society, and the Environment within Governance and Compliance
  8. 8. 8 2.4 born 4.2 manufactured 21.1 manufactured 38 T generated 1,390 T CO2 3 18 extinct in 7 min. 6,500 USD for natural disaster 1,100 7 consumed1,620 m3 melted Source: UNEP The World in One Second
  9. 9. 9 Stronger Environmental and Social Challenges Existing Challenges Additional Challenges Strict Compliance Fluctuant Currency Fierce Competition Volatile Market Resource Scarcity Shift of Customer Behaviors  Greener  Visible Governance  Sincerely Social Responsibility License to Operate Cost Competition Doubling Urban Populations
  10. 10. 10 Understanding the Sustainable Development Goals The SDGs provide us with a new lens through which to translate global needs and ambitions into business solutions.
  11. 11. 11 Defining Priorities - SCG Materiality Stakeholder’s need Voice of customers Global trend Risks & Opportunities
  12. 12. 12 Green Building Energy Conservation / Environmental Friendly Waste Zero Waste to Landfill / 3R Policy Water 3R +R Policy Check Dams SCG eco value Process / Product & Service Corporate Governance Code of Conduct / Whistleblower / Reporting Human Development Education / Sport / Art Social Activity Well-being / Partnership OH&S Safety Framework & Culture Energy & Climate Alternative Energy / Waste Heat Power Generation Sustainable Supply Chain Green Procurement/Supplier Development project From Materiality to Value Creation Practices
  13. 13. 13 Setting Goals - Energy and Climate Change By 2020, reduce GHG emissions per production unit by 10 percent from the base year 2007. Strategies • Mitigate impact of fossil fuel use • Enhance the capacity for alternative energy • Increase energy efficiency • Manufacture products and services for GHG emission reduction • Make the workforce aware of energy use
  14. 14. 14 Raw Mill Cement Mill Cement Raw Mat. Fuel Boiler Steam Turbine Power Waste Heat 280-350 oC Burning Process 1,450 oC Waste Heat Recovery  More efficient use of energy Waste Heat Power Generation Energy Efficiency
  15. 15. 15 • Use Biomass which is agricultural waste from other industries as fuels • Sample: • Use Alternative Fuels which is industrial waste from within SCG and other industries as fuels • Sample: • Actual 2016: 11% substitution by heat Rice Husk from Rice Mill Saw Dust from Sawmill Wood Bark from Wood chipper Palm Fiber from Palm oil industry Black Liquor from Paper Mill Used Oil/Solvent from Chemical Industry Used Tires from Auto Industry Waste Reject from Paper Mill Alternative Energy
  16. 16. 16 Highlight Projects 7% Reduction
  17. 17. 171717 SCG Towards Sustainable Development Goals Corporate Governance Health & Safety Human Rights Employee Caring and Development Energy and Climate Change Water Management Material Use and Recycling Strategy Waste Management Sustainable Products and Services Sustainable Value towards Customer Create Sustainable Value towards Supplier Biodiversity and Ecosystem Concern for Society and Community
  18. 18. 18 Key Success Factors 18 Fairness Excellence Value of the Individual Social Responsibility Open Challenge
  19. 19. 19 SCG Sustainability Pathway
  20. 20. 20 Think Different Reference: WWF, Change the Way You Think
  21. 21. 21 Sustainability is in your hands.