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Sustainability
Conscious Environmental Protection

ISO 22716:2007

Cosmetic GMP Guidelines on Good Manufacturing Practices

ISO 9001:2015

Quality Management System

ISO 14001:2015

Environmental Management System

ISO 45001: 2019

Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS)

Our plant accredited with ISO14001 certification for the environmental management systems. We are expanding our production capacity to meet with growing demand in high-quality, high-standard, environmental-friendly and sustainable production.

We have our own wastewater treatment plant and also build a long-term cooperation with waste recycling vendors in an ethical, safe and sustainable way to minimize environmental impacts as well as maximize recycling value.

Furthermore, we have strived to upgrade the equipment and facilities to strengthen our waste management, recycling and examination capabilities. We proactively mitigate environmental impacts as well as respond to comprehensive social needs. It is hoped that we can achieve sustainable biodiversity via the collective endeavors of every employee.

12 Principles of Green Chemistry
12 Principles of Green Chemistry are set out for greener chemical processes and products by minimizing the use and generation of hazardous substances during their development and production. As a proponent of green chemistry, CORUM aims to leverage 12 principles of green chemistry to design and manufacture our products, setting ourselves up for a greener future.
  • Waste prevention

    Preventing waste is better than treating or cleaning up waste after it is created.

  • Atom economy

    Synthetic methods should try to maximize the incorporation of all materials used in the process into the final product. This means that less waste will be generated as a result.

  • Less hazardous chemical syntheses

    Synthetic methods should avoid using or generating substances toxic to humans and/or the environment.

  • Designing safer chemicals

    Chemical products should be designed to achieve their desired function while being as non-toxic as possible.

  • Safer solvents and auxiliaries

    Auxiliary substances should be avoided wherever possible, and as non-hazardous as possible when they must be used.

  • Design for energy efficiency

    Energy requirements should be minimized, and processes should be conducted at ambient temperature and pressure whenever possible.

  • Use of renewable feedstocks

    Whenever it is practical to do so, renewable feedstocks or raw materials are preferable to non-renewable ones.

  • Reduce derivatives

    Unnecessary generation of derivatives—such as the use of protecting groups —should be minimized or avoided if possible; such steps require additional reagents and may generate additional waste.

  • Catalysis

    Catalytic reagents that can be used in small quantities to repeat a reaction are superior to stoichiometric reagents (ones that are consumed in a reaction).

  • Design for degradation

    Chemical products should be designed so that they do not pollute the environment; when their function is complete, they should break down into non-harmful products.

  • Real-time analysis for pollution prevention

    Analytical methodologies need to be further developed to permit real-time, in-process monitoring and control before hazardous substances form.

  • Inherently safer chemistry for accident prevention

    Whenever possible, the substances in a process, and the forms of those substances, should be chosen to minimize risks such as explosions, fires, and accidental releases.