british american tobacco malaysia - Environment, health and safety

Our environmental policies

British American Tobacco Malaysia’s commitment to embed environmental responsibility throughout our business operations is aligned to the principles outlined in the Global Environment, Health and Safety Policy.

Global Environmental, Health and Safety Policy

The Global Environmental, Health and Safety Policy aims to apply the best international standards of practice in all aspects of our operations throughout the British American Tobacco Group.
All of British American Tobacco’s operating companies worldwide are required to:

(i) comply with all applicable national and international laws and regulations affecting their business activities.
(ii) establish procedures for assessing and reviewing the EHS impacts of present and future activities on a regular basis.
(iii) seek continually to identify proactive and cost-effective measures which it can take to safeguard the health and safety of its employees and non-company personnel on company premises and the physical environment.

Minimising our environment impact for a sustainable future

British American Tobacco Malaysia recognises the importance of understanding and taking positive actions to reduce our impact on the environment to proactively ensure environmental and business sustainability.


  2016 2017 2016 vs 2017 Remarks
Total Energy (GJ) 108,621 69,495 -56% A decrease of direct and indirect energy consumption of 56% percent was recorded in 2017. This was primarily due to very low air freight for export volume in-line with the factory winding down initiatives (Last production in Malaysia was in June 2017.)
Total water withdrawn (m3) 92,922 33,484 -178% British American Tobacco Malaysia recorded 178% percent decrease in water usage in-line with the factory winding down initiatives (Last production in Malaysia was in June 2017)

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