(Taken from 2022 SR):
TBP’s nickel products contribute to the creation of a clean energy and low-carbon future for all. They are essential to the production of batteries for electric vehicles, and are quintessential to geothermal, hydrogen, and other non-fossil fuel energy generation plants.
TBP’s mandate to implementing the National Strategic Project on the Obi Industrial Estate will accelerate the delivery of nickel products to customers, while also providing the catalyst for a process of positive change.
To prevent and, if necessary, mitigate potentially negative impacts of our operations, TBP has implemented an Environmental Management System (EMS) that outlines the distribution of roles and responsibilities for implementation.
Through the use of sustainable and renewable energy, TBP is actively exploring and implementing new ways to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.
Our reclamation efforts aim to achieve net terrestrial conservation gain, and we have committed to maintaining a minimum of 30% green space in the Obi Island Industrial Park. In addition, we conduct mangrove restoration projects, and support the establishment of larger, well-managed conservation areas.
Wherever feasible, all the operational waste we create is managed according to the Reduce-Reuse-Recycle (3R) principle, For tailings from our High- Pressure Acid Leach (HPAL) facility, we operate a Dry Stack Tailings Facility, which complies with the requirements of our governmental permit and designed according to best practices.
We do not use Deep Sea Tailings Placement (DSTP).