Sakura is committed to conserving resources, reducing waste and minimizing adverse affects on the environment. The plant has been designed specifically to lower its impacts on the surrounding area, by incorporating a number of environmental considerations into its production process.
Raw materials are largely stored under roof, so reducing potential dust pollution. A briquetting plant facilitates the recycling of under-size raw materials, undersize product and by-products resulting from the production process.
Furnace off gas is cleaned before release and energy is even extracted from the gas for on-site usage. Water recycling is employed in line with the plant’s zero effluent policy. All of these actions demonstrate Sakura’s dedication to resource optimization.
Sakura recognises that groups are unique and strives to build strong relationships with its local communities by engaging in social, recreational, charitable and cultural initiatives.
A major growth initiative in Malaysia is the The Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE), aimed at developing the Central Region and transforming Sarawak into a developed State by the year 2020. It is focussed on accelerating economic growth and development, which in turn facilities job creation and thereby improves the quality of life for the people of Sarawak.
Bintulu is a coastal town in Malaysia’s Sarawak province, fast becoming a major hub of industry and commerce. With housing, shopping and leisure developments on the rise, employment opportunities in the area are enhanced by lifestyle benefits.
Bintulu currently boasts the highest GDP growth in Malaysia.