The quality of our company’s relationships with people is critical. To date, the company had developed practices to promote community development, developing an environment ideal for career and personal growth as well as empowerment of work-life balance. For Sustainability of Resources, Sanctuary Health purchases its main material, Natural Rubber Latex from reputable Latex Concentrate factories only. Our supplier only source their field latex from well-managed plantations to ensure sustainability and the careful cultivation of the environment.
Conservation of environment is the forefront of concern at Sanctuary Health. Our environmental efforts are concentrated in effectively managing air emissions, wastewater, and hazardous waste as conditioned by Sanctuary Health EHS Committee, subjected to Malaysian laws and regulations in all areas of operations.
We strive to reduce, recycle and effectively manage all classes of waste generated by adopting good industrial practices. Efforts are ongoing to strengthen internal processes and capabilities as continual improvements are made in seeking ways to minimize waste generation at the front-end design and engineering stages.
Truly Green & Eco Friendly Products
Atmospheric Air Renewal. Studies show that rubber trees planted worldwide can remove 363,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide anually, replacing it with 364,000 tonnes of oxygen through photosynthesis. Photosynthesis revitalizes the earth’s atmosphere and helps combat greenhouse gas emissions and global warming.
Renewable & Sustainable Resource
Backend by more than 75 years of scientific research in Malaysia, the rubber tree of the hevea brasiliensis species has been bred to the most efficient source of rubber latex. It is planted with a density of 450 trees per hectare. At the end of each lifecycle of 30 years, the trees are fell for timber and the area replanted.
Cleaner energy & Cleaner Emission
The danger of climate change is in imminent. Emissions of greenhouse-gases (GHGs) cause potential global warming.In Sanctuary Health, we have long recognized this fact and utilizes liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) as our efficient energy source – as an effort to reduce the total carbon emissions, to almost zero.
Biodegradability of Natural Rubber
Natural rubber and its products biodegrade through a natural biological process. Incineration of products made of natural rubber does not result in harmful gas emission, unlike those made from synthetic rubber. Tested by the RRIM show that latex gloves disposed in landfill biodegrade after 2 weeks with a weight loss of 75% without impairment to the environment.