On 12 September 2019, PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (CAP) inaugurates waste recycling facility, known as Zero Waste Management Industry (IPS Masaro for short) in Cilegon. IPS Masaro is concept to encourage the community to change the old conventional way of waste disposal, collect-transport-throwaway to segregate-transport-process, where all waste collected is processed leaving zero waste. Organic waste will be processed into liquid fertilizer and mulch, meanwhile the non-organic waste will processed into fuel and waste with no economic value will go into an incinerator, where plastic waste is processed into fuel in high temperature, and into pyrolysis machine which also produces fuel to operate machine in IPS Masaro.
This facility was built by a solid partnership among Indonesia Olefin, Aromatic and Plastic Industry Association (INAPLAS), Institut Teknik Bandung (ITB), the regional government and the local communities in implementing Masaro. Among the three pyrolysis machines in IPS Masaro, one gas-fueled machine is a modification by an 11th grade volunteer named John Leiman from Jakarta Intercultural School. CAP welcomes and appreciates John’s enthusiasm and contribution, through his work with the smaller scale pyrolysis machine in IPS Masaro.
IPS Masaro will process household waste from approximately 1000 families, with waste segregation conducted by the members of families at home. Separated waste will be exchanged with incentives of daily household products obtained at the Masaro facility regularly.
On September 13, 2013, PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (the Company/ CAP) signed cooperation contract of Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) for the construction of production facility of the Company's Naphtha Cracker with Toyo Engineering Corporation. This contract was signed by Paramate Nisagornsen from CAP and Toyo represented by Tadashi Hori (President Director of IKPT), Hideki Shiinoki (Director of Toyo), and Takashi Kawahara (Sales Director of Toyo for Asia Pacific). Through the expansion of this facility, the Company's Naphtha Cracker production capacity will increase up to 43%, and followed by the increase in the production of Company's petrochemical products. The expansion is part of the Company's strategic plan to further strengthen its leading position to fulfill the growing demand of petrochemical products in Indonesia.
On Monday, June 17, 2013 was held the Joint Venture Agreement Signing Ceremony between PT Petrokimia Butadiene Indonesia (PBI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (CAP), and the Compagnie Financière Du Groupe Michelin (Michelin) which create a Joint-Venture company, to produce Synthetic Rubber. The signing ceremony was held in Wisma Barito Pacific, Jakarta, and was attended by representatives of both parties. The Agreement was signed by Luc Minguet (Senior Vice President/ Chief Procurement Officer) and Chan Hock Sen (Vice President, Legal & Tax Services, Asia Pacific) as the representatives of Michelin, while PT Petrokimia Butadiene Indonesia was represented by Erwin Ciputra (President Director of CAP & PBI), Paramate Nisagornsen (Vice President Director of CAP & PBI), and Suryandi (Director of PBI). The synthetic rubber plant will be the first in Indonesia and will produce feedstock for the industry of environmentally friendly tire in line with the trend of eco-friendly tire usage globally.
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