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Halcyon Agri outlines sustainability strategy; secures syndicated sustainability-linked loan of up to US$300 mil

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan6/27/2022 09:16 AM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Halcyon Agri outlines sustainability strategy; secures syndicated sustainability-linked loan of up to US$300 mil
On June 27, the group defined three initial sustainability performance targets (SPTs) that are said to be critical to its processing business globally.
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In addition to its key priorities covering net zero carbon emissions, net-positive water impact, responsible sourcing and more in 2021, Halcyon Agri Corporation has now outlined its medium- to long-term sustainability strategy.

On June 27, the group defined three initial sustainability performance targets (SPTs) that are said to be critical to its processing business globally.

The SPTs will focus on energy efficiency (grid), water use intensity and traceable sourcing. According to Halcyon Agri, these SPTs are in line with the group’s goal to reduce its carbon footprint by transitioning to renewable energy sources and water conservation, while realising cost benefits.

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