InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Tbk. (ANJ) got achievement again 'Platinum Rank' in Asia Sustainability Reporting Rating (ASRRAT) 2023. It was held by National Centre for Corporate Reporting (NCCR) and directly handed over by Chairman of NCCR, Ali Darwin to Nunik Maharani, Director of Sustainability and Corporate Communications ANJ Group, Monday (6/11) in Jakarta.
ASRRAT, is an award initiated by NCSR since 2005. The goal is to deliver award for the companies that arranged sustainability report (SR). In the 19th award, NCCR proposed the theme, “Navigating the Path to Net Zero: Accelerating Climate Action in Asia”.
Chairman of NCCR, DR. Ali Darwin in his speech appreciated the commitment of every participant in ASRRAT 2023 to deliver transparency about environmental and social mitigation risks by SR. DR. Darwin mentioned that the dedication of every company and organization would be the inspiration for transparency, accountability, and initiatives to measure and mitigate environmental and social impact risks. SR, he thought, delivered valuable insight about progress to reduce emission, conserve resources, and make social fairness go forward. It functions as the roadmap for other business and organizations.
‘Platinum Rank’ that ANJ got in ASRRAT this year would be the sixth one. The company got ‘Platinum Rank’ twice and ‘Gold Rank’ three times.
Director of Sustainability and Corporate Communications ANJ Group, Nunik Maharani mentioned that the award reinforced what the company achieved in SR. This is the same with the commitment of ANJ to communicate sustainability performance that implements environment, social, and governance (ESG) aspects transparently and accountably. ANJ use SR system that is as standard as Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) which is enable the company to measure the effectiveness of governance and sustainability programs.
She also told that as responsible stakeholder, ANJ really focuses to minimize climate change impact. It is guided by sustainability policy. ANJ did many sustainability initiatives, such as, reducing fossil fuel use, palm oil wastes are burnt in the boiler, minimize inorganic use, fertigation, and the workers with the local cooperate in conservation, prevention, and fire mitigation.
“Our initiatives were shared, told, and reported in many communication ways, particularly Sustainability Report that we have been published since 2017. This is our commitment in transparency. We hope that this award would get more trust from the public to what we have done,” Nunik said, as in the official statement to InfoSAWIT recently. (T2)