The WHA Group's efforts to drive sustainable operations are governed by the Board of Directors' approval of the Group's Environmental Quality, Energy Conservation, and Biodiversity Policy. The Policy outlines the WHA Group's commitment to preventing and mitigating environmental impacts while continuing to improve quality, ensure regulatory compliance, and align practices with international standards such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14001 Environmental Management System and the ISO-9001 Quality Management System. As a result, a framework for ensuring a consistent environmental management approach across all WHA Group business hubs is provided.
Sort N' Save Project
Initiated from WHA Innovation Leadership Program in 2019, WHA Group has continued to support this project in 2021. The objective of the Sort N' Save Project is to increase environmental awareness amongst WHA Group employees as well as explore plausible innovative business platforms in alignment with the circular economy principles.
Hazardous Chemical Containment Reduction
WHA Group is dedicated to reduce the total volume of hazardous waste generated from its operation. Therefore, starting in 2020, WHAUP procured most of the chemical substances for its water and wastewater treatment facilities via loading tankers.
As part of the Group's digital transformation aspiration, use of technological appliances are encouraged and promoted. Communication, information, and meetings are all made through online platforms, ultimately reducing the Group's consumption of paper.
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Technology at Wastewater Treatment Plant
WHAUP is currently conducting studies to optimize SCADA technology at its wastewater treatment plant located within the Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation (EECi) in Wangchan district, Rayong province.
Demineralized Reclaimed Water : The Real Sustainable Resource For Future Development
WHAUP invested in Demineralized Water Project, a large-scale project, consisting of 2 operations, each have maximum capacity of 4.38 mm3/year, covering 3% of total industrial water capacity.
Unified Operation Center (UOC)
Unified Operation Center (UOC) system is implemented to centralize, consolidate, and project results from the three monitoring systems offered at the Group's projects and operation sites.