GGC strives to reduce waste quantity and efficiently manage both hazardous and non-hazardous waste in the production process to lessen environmental impacts and resource shortage as well as help to reduce the Company’s costs relating to waste management.


The amount of hazardous and non-hazardous waste
that goes to the landfill to

Waste Management Guidelines

GGC is committed to the most efficient disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste to maximize resource use throughout the value chain while minimizing the amount of waste discarded by using a 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) approach at every step of the production process.

In 2021, GGC has implemented waste management through various projects such as:

Spent Bleaching Clay Project

GGC applies the principle of recycling waste by mixing spent bleaching clay, which is waste from crude palm oil bleaching process, with other fuels. This mixture can be used to produce fuel for electricity generation. As a result, GGC is able to reduce waste disposal by 691.60 tons per year and save 746,499 THB per year in waste disposal costs.

Our efficient waste management performance can be summarized below:
Waste Quantity (tons)
Total amount of waste generated
Amount of waste used/recycled/sold
Total amount of waste discarded
Amount of Hazardous waste