Linau Mewah Sdn Bhd is a privately-owned company covering businesses in oil palm plantation.Oil palm plantations is one of Shin Yang Group of Companies diversified business. With our strong base in plantation and our continued commitment and efforts to enhance our position in the industry, Linau Mewah Sdn Bhd as a group manager for other companies under Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) Certification) looks forward to emerge as a key contributor to the success of the Malaysian Oil Palm Industry and the multitude of spin-offs emanating from the advancement of this important industry.
The crops at the estates are well managed by a team of experienced and workers who continuously conduct to improve yield productivity and to ensure high quality of our products through a comprehensive programme.
Our oil palm plantation consists of nine (9) estates under different company, which five (5) estates are in Miri, Sarawak and four (4) estates in Murum, Sarawak.
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MALAYSIAN SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL (MSPO) CERTIFICATION
What is MSPO?
The Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) Certification Scheme is the national scheme in Malaysia for oil palm plantations, independent and organised smallholdings, and palm oil processing facilities to be certified against the requirements of the MSPO Standards.
The MSPO Certification provide a credible sustainable and responsible management, to promote 3 bottom line of sustainability (3P - Planet, People, Profitability).
7 Principles of MSPO - MS 2530:3:2013 General Principle for Oil Palm Plantation and Organized Smallholder
- Principle 1 Management Commitment and Responsibilities
MSPO / Sustainability Policy signed by Top Management, Internal Audit, Management Review, and Continual Improvement
- Principle 2 Transparency
Transparency of information and documents relevant to MSPO requirements (Company Website), Transparent method of communication and consultation, and Traceability
- Principle 3 Compliance to legal requirements
Regulatory requirements (Permits, Licenses), Land use rights (Land Title, Provisional Lease), and Customary rights (Records of Agreement)
- Principle 4 Social responsibility, health, safety and employment condition
Social Impact Assessment, Complaints and Grievances, Commitment to local sustainable development, Employees safety and health. Employment Conditions, and Training and Competency
- Principle 5 Environment, natural resources, biodiversity and ecosystem services
Environment Management Plan, Efficiency of energy use and use of renewable energy, Waste Management and Disposal, Reduction of Pollution and Emission, Natural Water Resources, Status of rare, threatened, or
endangered species and high biodiversity value area, and Zero burning practices
- Principle 6 Best Practices
Site management, Economic and financial viability plan, Transparent and fair price dealing and Contractor
- Principle 7 Development of new plantings
High biodiversity value, Peat land, Social and Environmental Impact Assessment (SEIA), Soil and topographic information, Planting on steep terrain, marginal and fragile soils, and Customary land.
All policies were signed by;
Mr. Wong Kai Song
Stakeholder Meeting 2018
Endangered Wildlife Species Awareness Talk
Stakeholder Meeting 2019
Study tour iCATS Miri 2019
Safety and Health Engagement
First Aider In Every Home (FAIEH) Training Miri Estates 2018
Fire Drill Training 2018
First Aider In Every Home (FAIEH) Training Murum Estates 2019
Schedule Waste Handling
Posters from Sarawak Forestry Corperation available at estates
Complaints & Grievances
All complaints and grievances from our employees & other stakeholders are handled via Ref. No: SY-LM/MSPO/PRO.006 Mechanism for Complaints and Grievances Procedure. It outlines a fair, transparent and efficient methodology in dealing with the complaints and grievances throughout the entire process.
Information Request by Stakeholders
We have provide a mechanism Ref. No. SY-LM/MSPO/PRO.007 Mechanism on Information Request by Stakeholders Procedure to deal with stakeholders’ requests for information on environment, social and legal issues relevant to MSPO Criteria to allow for effective participation in decision making. The procedure also made available in Bahasa Malaysia (Ref. No. SY-LM/MSPO/PRO.007 Mekanisme Permintaan Oleh Pihak Berkepentingan) to ensure stakeholders’ fully understanding and complying with the methodology stated in the procedure.
Peat Land management
We have Guidelines on Peat Land Development (Ref. No.: SY-LM/MSPO/G-15); to manage peat subsidence, water level and water ground level and SOP on Peat Fire Prevention & Supression for Shin Yang Kuala Baram Oil Palm Plantation Area (Ref. No.: SY-LM/MSPO/SOP.018); to control fire break.
Pollution Prevention & Reduction Plan
For more details or queries / if you required any publicly available documents, kindly contact using details below:
Lot 515, Piasau Industrial Estate, 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Tel : +6085 - 656699 (Ext. 131)
Fax : +6085 - 655311