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Regal Springs Indonesia Conducts Periodic Environmental Monitoring Sampling at Medan Processing Plant and Lake Toba Aquaculture Facility

As part of its commitment to meet Indonesian environmental standards, Regal Springs Indonesia carried out periodic environmental monitoring sampling at the Medan Processing Plant and Lake Toba Aquaculture facility this week, which concluded on Friday (21/5).

“The sampling was conducted by an accredited environmental sampling service provider and witnessed by officials from the North Sumatra Provincial Environmental Agency, Serdang Bedagai Regency, Toba Regency, and Samosir Regency,” said David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs at Regal Springs Indonesia.

Tampubolon added, “Sampling is conducted twice a year as part of the Environmental Management Plan and Environmental Monitoring Plan.”

At the Medan Processing Plant facility, samples were taken in the feed mill, hatchery, and processing plant environment to collect water, air, wastewater, and emissions samples, as well as socioeconomic surveys. Meanwhile, at the Lake Toba Aquaculture facility, sampling was conducted for water, air, emissions, and socioeconomic surveys.

“The company adheres to the value of complying with environmental standards at all company facilities through our KAMI PEDULI (We Care) Sustainability Program for the Environment,” said Tampubolon.

In addition to complying with government standards, Regal Springs Indonesia also meets the national Good Aquaculture Practices (CBIB) standard and several international independent standards, including the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP).

Regal Springs Indonesia is a certified and integrated responsible Tilapia aquaculture and processing enterprise. The company produces premium products under the brand Naturally Better Tilapia for domestic and international customers. Regal Springs Indonesia implements the KAMI PEDULI Sustainability Program, which is the world’s first integrated sustainability program for aquaculture and Tilapia, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals