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Membership No.

2-0382-12-000-00

Category

Ordinary

Sector

Palm Oil Processors and/or Traders

Country/Region

Australia

Member since

24 October 2012

Web
albright.com.au

Albright and Wilson ( Australia) Ltd

Profile

Albright and Wilson are a well established manufacturer and dominant supplier of phosphate and surfactant chemicals for the household, personal care and industrial application application in Australia. Originally part of the Albright and Wilson International Group but now wholly owned by Indonesia Company UIC with more than 70 years of supplying in Australia.

ACOP Report Submissions


ACOP PERIOD FILE NAME NOTES FILE SIZE
2017 albright and wilson australia ltd-ACOP2017.pdf 26.6 KB
2016 albright and wilson australia ltd-ACOP2016.pdf 26.3 KB
2014 albright and wilson ( australia) ltd-ACOP2014b.pdf 18.6 KB
2013/2014 albright-and-wilson-australia-ltd-ACOP2014.pdf 17.7 KB
2012/2013 ALBRIGHT AND WILSON ( AUSTRALIA) LTD.pdf -

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

  • How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
    Our committed values are to provide a sustainable supply chain to our customers. We have a number of programs for reductions in use of utilities and energy and this includes the life cycle analysis through the supply chain. Alternative raw material and product sourcing and innovative processing are high in our priorities. We use substantial quantities of natural oil based feedstock for processing into surfactants and insist that these are progressively obtained from certified suppliers who meet the RSPO standards of sustainability. This is already being promoted and encouraged by our customers.
  • Where relevant, what processes is the organisation establishing to engage with interested parties, for example to resolve conflict or to use sustainably produced palm oil?
    We get the major part of our natural oil based raw materials from an RSPO member company. Although the origin of the oil can not yet be guaranteed that it is from RSPO plantations the percentage is increasing as more plantations come on board. When it is practically possible to source from only RSPO certified companies, we will.
  • Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
    Dialogue with our supplier is continuous. Quarterly they give a presentation on the RSPO program and the impact on our supply chain toward the goal of all sources being from sustainable plantations.
  • Any other information that would support the application such as what your organisation hopes to gain from joining RSPO and how it would support RSPO?
    Our company is a member of the Australian Plastics and Chemicals Group PACCIA and has a member on the board. The organisation is strongly committed to a sustainable future. It has a powerful government lobby and these can be engaged to promote our sustainable direction and that of the group.
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