As an eco-friendly company, PT Musi Hutan Persada is responsible for protecting the environment. In running its business for prosperity and harmonization, PT Musi Hutan Persada sets the Environmental Policy, as follows:
The company carries out environmental management and monitoring based on Environmental Impact Analysis (AMDAL) and applicable laws and regulations, as well as in implementing it with ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management System.
MHP's environmental monitoring activities involve and collaborate with several accredited laboratories so that the results are appropriate/ transparent and accounted for validity of environmental quality results.
Surface water quality sampling activities, domestic wastewater quality and Workshop, water biota, ambient air, air emissions from genset samples conducted by UPTD Environmental Laboratory of South Sumatra Province. For testing water quality samples of pesticide parameters in collaboration with BBLK Palembang (Central Health Laboratory of Palembang), and for testing soil physical and chemical quality samples collaboration with Testing Laboratory of Soil and Land Resources Department, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB.
In addition to having an environmental permit, it also has an Environmental Protection and Management permits, including:
As proof of the Company's compliance in environmental management and monitoring since the period 2012/2013 until now PT Musi Hutan Persada has received a BLUE PROPER Certificate.
PT Musi Hutan Persada has conducted a voluntary assessment of High Conservation Value (HCV) in its concession area; this is to strengthen planning for the use of work areas, in collaboration with the Faculty of Forestry of IPB. Then in 2019 an evaluation of HCV assessments were carried out in all work areas with HCVRN standards
This HCV assessment is to identify areas that set aside for conservation and protection and identify non-conservation areas for development company plantations. HCV assessment results consist of river boundaries, conservation areas and cultural heritage areas that have HCVs, including:
HCV identification, management and monitoring activities, including: