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  • Decarbonization

    Welhunt operates in the international trade industry, with subsidiary offices in Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, China, and other locations. These offices are administrative in nature and do not involve any manufacturing processes or production equipment. As a result, Welhunt's energy usage primarily consists of office electricity consumption and fuel for company vehicles. Additionally, a small amount of natural gas is used due to the daily cooking of lunch for employees at the Kaohsiung office cafeteria.

  • Improve Resource Efficiency

    We utilize the World Resources Institute's AQUEDUCT Water Risk Atlas to assess water risks at its operating sites. The findings indicate that the water resource risks for our sites in Taiwan (Kaohsiung and Taipei), China (Guangxi), and Singapore were situated in regions with low to medium risk levels. Our subsidiary in Indonesia, located in Jakarta, faces a notable water risk. This is primarily due to the expensive tap water and local residents excessively extracting groundwater, resulting in land subsidence, heightened vulnerability to floods, and the potential impact of rising sea levels in the area.

  • Climate Change

    In pursuit of comprehensive disclosure and strategic management of climate-related financial matters, we has adopted the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) framework since 2022. Welhunt has proactively engaged various departments to conduct a rigorous assessment of climate change-related risks and opportunities. Subsequently, based on the outcomes of this assessment, the company has devised strategic goals and action plans for both mitigation and adaptation. These measures aim to fortify the resilience of our operations while concurrently exploring nascent business prospects. This initiative aligns with our commitment to the TCFD, demonstrated through our endorsement in May 2023.