The increase in consciousness of global environmental protection has made green production the most important part in maintaining environmental resources and industrial competitiveness. Compal continued to comply with its green production mode and promoted energy saving, water saving, and waste reducing operation model.
In 2010, we formed the Green Committee led by senior managers graded Vice President and above whose mission is to set strategies and goals and monitor the progress of our efforts. In addition, a Green Sustainability Office (GSO) was created under the Committee to oversee the execution of environmental protection actions. The GSO regularly reports the progress and outcome of green projects to senior management.
Environmental Sustainability Policy
- Environmental protection and regulatorycompliance
- Proactive implementation of various environmentalperformances
- Gradual disposal and replacement of equipment of high energy and water consumption
- Development of renewable energy and automatic production equipment
- R&D of environmentally friendly products
- Focus on enterprise environmental sustainabilityeducation
- Creation of the healthy and green life of employees
Environment Sustainability Management
Compal is committed to reducing its "cradle to grave" life cycle products and environmental damage. It also focuses on improving energy efficiency, reducing waste of natural resources, reducing the discharge of waste water, exhaust gas and waste material to make the environment sustainable and continuous in reproduction. In view of the rapid changes in the industrial pattern, the extent of energy and water conservation is based on electricity and water consumption amount, and the short-term target is set to reduce the extent of electricity and water consumption by 1% every year, for water consumption intensity, enhance energy conservation of product, and develop environmental-friendly products.
External Advocacy and Engagement
As a significant member of the Earth, we actively participate in global and local environmental initiatives and actions.
- We have been participating in CDP and responding to questionnaires on climate change, water, and supply chain since 2009.
- In 2011, Compal was invited to participate in the GHG product value-added carbon footprint experimental project developed by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and WRI, during which we provided feedback on our experience and recommendation in the ICT product carbon footprint survey and contributed to the establishment and improvement of new standards.
- In 2013, we led over 33 suppliers to participate in the Enterprise Carbon Footprint Restructuring and Upgrade Project organized by Kunshan City Government, Industrial Technology Research Institute, and Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association, and were awarded the title of “Low Carbon Pioneer”.
- In 2013, we participated in the DJSI and Supply Chain Greenhouse Gas Task Force of Taiwan Enterprises Alliance for International Sustainability Index.
- In 2013, Compal was invited to participate in the corporate pledge for environmental education during the Taipei World Environmental Day and has since been educating employees in green living through action.
- Compal won a certificate of excellence in Taipei City's 2nd National Environment Education Award - Private Business Division in 2013.
- In 2014, Compal was invited to the annual meeting of Taiwan's "Cradle to Cradle" platform.
- In 2015, Compal achieved a Disclosure score of 97 and a Performance band of "C," and was selected in the Climate Disclosure Leadership Index for the very first time.
- Compal participated in the 2050 Pathways Platform of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2016.
- In 2017, Compal achieved a Performance band of B.
- In 2018, Compal became the pioneer supporter of the Action Plan of Marine Debris Governance in Taiwan organized by EPA.
- In 2019, in response to the “Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Recommendations (TCFD)” and following the recommendations and guidelines to make disclosures according to the “Recommended Disclosure Matters.”
- In 2020, participate in the “Do One Thing for Tamsui River” clean river and environmental education promotion.
Updated on August 25, 2021