In line with our commitment to environmental sustainability, Hartalega organised a riparian tree replanting initiative along the Selangor River.
Hartalega has been included into the FTSE4Good Bursa Malaysia Index since 2014.
In conjunction with World Rivers Day 2016, Hartalega collaborated with social enterprise, Kelab Alami Kawa, which saw over 150 volunteers successfully collect 590 kilogrammes of trash from the Selangor River.
SMK Kuala Selangor had initiated a project that saw its students using the The Star and its Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout, to their benefit – proof that the newspaper is still a powerful tool in language-related activities.
Hartalega Attains International Certification on Occupational Health and Safety – OHSAS 18001.
Hartalega is sponsoring The Star’s NiE (Newspaper-in-Education) pullouts worth RM40,000 that will benefit 10 schools in Kuala Selangor and 7 schools in Sepang.
A two-week Safety and Health Awareness Campaign was launched to instil safety awareness among the employees, steering towards ‘zero accidents’ at the workplace while also highlighting the importance of road safety.
Since inception, Hartalega has placed great emphasis on enhancing the lives of the community through education. Funds raised from the run will be used for education, training projects and literacy programs.
In conjunction with International Mangrove Day, 40 volunteers from Hartalega removed nearly 300kgs worth of rubbish from the mangrove forest.
Hartalega and MERCY Malaysia recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to embark on a Health Outreach Programme, which aims to provide basic health and medical assistance to the Orang Asli Kampung Bukit Baja community in Sepang.