To ensure compliance with Indorama Ventures’s Environmental Health and Safety Management Policy, the M&A ESG Due Diligence Checklist was developed as a guideline on environmental, social and governance screening criteria which required data over the past three years. We have formalized a process to assess and document environmental risks considering the start-up of new operations, change of operations and/or periodic review of risks related to current activities. Moreover, regular audits are performed of the environmental impact of our operations.

Environmental Statement

Our Sustainability Ambitions Towards Net Zero

* Base year 2020

Environmental Projects and Social Process Innovation (2020-2023)

Environmental Return on Investment (EROI)

We are committed to effectively managing our environmental footprint. Every year, we invest in initiatives that have a positive environmental impact as well as cost-savings. All of our investments undergo a feasibility and financial analysis to ensure that each of our projects are sustainable. Through our Management Information System (MIS), we track our capital expenditures, operating expenditures, cost-savings and environmental impacts for all of our projects. We are continually improving our MIS and therefore improving its coverage of our plants as well as our projects.

We also implemented other non-energy related projects such as water savings, reducing use of raw materials, chemicals, and feedstock consumption, reducing wastewater sludge disposal, and a reduction in other waste in our processes which helped in cutting emissions.

Environmental Non-compliance cases

We have a consistent and organized environmental compliance management system in place and are proactive throughout the year in ensuring that our operations are in accordance with all applicable environmental laws, regulations, standards and other requirements.

Corrective actions were taken, and the lessons learned were shared with all concerned parties as part of our transparency and knowledge-sharing efforts.

Operational Eco-efficiency and Environmental Return on Investment

To reduce avoidable environmental impacts, asset maintenance will ensure optimal operation. This, and other investments, will be monitored using Environmental Return on Investment (EROI) calculations. Besides our own businesses, we will also minimize such impacts from non-managed operations and joint ventures by engaging with our partners and stakeholders.

As a part of improving our operational eco-efficiency we are committed to reducing GHG, air emissions, and continue certifying all of our operated sites to the ISO 14001 standard to ensure standardization across all sites with regards to environmental management.

Supply Chain Management

We are now selecting contractors and suppliers based on their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. The ESG performance of current suppliers will be reviewed regularly and we expect to collaborate with our customers to reduce any environmental impact from logistics to support a circular economy.

Waste Management

We want to manage our waste in a responsible manner and exceed regulatory requirements where possible. We have strict compliance standards in place to manage waste at sites. This includes proper waste accounting by name, type and code (as required by law), storage location, methods of off-site transportation, treatment and disposal. We record the quantity of waste generated, stored onsite and disposed of onsite and off-site, committing ourselves to waste reduction and disposal by using partners who can reuse, recover or recycle waste, thus reducing hazardous waste and ensuring that its disposal is handled by qualified vendors.

Sustainable Growth

In order to grow sustainably, we use the criteria set out in our environment policy when conducting due diligence prior to mergers and acquisitions as well as when planning Greenfield expansions.

Renewable Energy

To achieve our Vision 2030 renewable electricity target, we are focused on expanding our solar energy generation projects as well as exploring VPPAs in the US and Europe. In 2022, our renewable electricity consumption was 3.32% of our total electricity consumption.

Our use of renewable energy in 2022 is around 1.33 million GJ resulting in saving of 74,906 tCO2e.



Biodiversity, in the most general sense, is the diversity of life, and refers to the range and variety of life that share a defined habitat, an ecosystem, and the interdependencies formed in the community. In each ecosystem, organisms work together and interact with the environment (air, water, and soil), to maintain balance and support life. According to the WEF’s Global Risk Report, biodiversity loss is one of the three most severe risks facing the planet over the next decade. This will lead to environmental impacts and have far-reaching economic and social costs.

Indorama Ventures is committed to sustainability and aware of the importance of supporting biodiversity. In line with our focus on UN SDG #14: Life Below Water and #15: Life on Land, we understand the importance of biodiversity and the need to take action to protect the ecosystem.

Biodiversity Statement

Product Stewardship

We are committed to lowering our combined Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions intensity by 10% by 2025 and 30% by 2030. To support this commitment we have provided GHG inventory training to all of our relevant staff and have completed our global GHG inventory.

As a circular economy relies substantially on recycling materials, leading to less water, energy and virgin material consumption, we expect to lower GHG emissions. Environmental impacts can be minimized at each stage during the product design, manufacture, handling, and transportation steps. We are now proactively seeking out solutions to environmental challenges where GHG accounting, climate change risk mitigation and innovation become part of our strategy.

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Product Stewardship


We at Indorama Ventures see the recycling of PET at the very core of our contribution to the global effort to create a Circular Economy, a system where the use of virgin resources are minimized and materials are recycled over and over again. Expanding and improving recycling are important ways to help address climate change.

Recycling Business

As the world's largest producer of PET, Indorama Ventures has reacted to the challenge on resource management issue as well as on the requirement for sustainable packaging from our world-class customers by establishing the recycling business. Our recycled products are bottle flakes, recycled PET or rPET and recycled fibers.

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Recycled Products

We entered the recycling business in 2011, and provide the production facilities that transform post-consumer PET bottles into flakes, rPET resins and recycled polyester yarns.

Other Initiatives

Apart of our recycling business, we have also initiated many projects concerning to the environment issues. We have run the educational projects on waste segregation, motivation on upcycling and the raise of awareness in 3R.