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NETAJ, as a responsible recycler of rubber with a principle of


Netaj is committed to take adequate arrangement related to environment protection in all business aspects including preparation, manufacturing, storage and delivery of our products. It is our policy to meet our customer’s expectations and to conserve natural resources complies with all laws, regulations, and corporate ethics, and conducts CSR- focused management in an eco-friendly, fair, and transparent manner.


NETAJ also aims to be a trusted group by maintaining good relations with group employees, customers, suppliers and the local community. 

NETAJ believes and practice Ethical behavior by

  • Respect for all related its function.

  • Respect for the rule of law.

  • Respect for international norms of behavior.

  • Respect for human rights

NETAJ, Concerns over present international problems including climate change and increasingly serious social and environmental problems. Netaj recognize this issues and doing the the business with initiatives and chosen Reclaiming rubber as its more economical and sustainable business.

NETAJ is doing business by Strengthening Sustainable Supply Chain and Business Investment Management by preventing and continuing to give consideration to problems for the conservation of the global environment, pollution control, resource recycling, and basic human and labor rights.

NETAJ, believe that the promotion of sustainability starts with each and every employee. Therefore, we are planning to take necessary measures to educate our employees on the material issues we have identified and nurture a sustainability mindset among the workforce in future. In this context, a continual plan is on the way for Education and Awareness of Employees to Promote Sustainability

In promoting sustainability, we are planning to refer to international guidelines and principles such as The Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations in September 2015.

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