Emission Monitoring / High-Tech, Functional, Green Textile Fabrics & Foam Composite Materials Manufacturer Since 1972 | Nam Liong

Namliong Global GHG Inventory

Namliong Global GHG Inventory

Emission Monitoring

GHG Inventory

The inventory stage primarily reveals information related to the 2022 GHG inventory of Nam Liong Global. Through this inventory process and statistical analysis, it aims to comprehend the GHG emissions of Nam Liong Global, and further aspires to commit to GHG reduction efforts in the future, contributing to the mitigation of global warming and fulfilling our responsibility as a corporate citizen.

To evaluate and identify indirect GHG emission sources within Nam Liong Global, we conduct an inventory of specific indirect emissions by convening the Indirect GHG Emission Source Identification Meeting in February of this year. In accordance with CNS14064-1: 2021, ISO 14064-1: 2018’s Appendix H (magnitude, impact, risks or opportunities, department-specific guidelines, outsourcing, employee involvement), categorize emission sources Category 2-6, and engage with each unit to discuss the impact of each emission source, as well as conduct a survey based on assessment criteria, namely 1. Data Collectability, 2. Future Reducibility, and 3. Compliance with Company Policies or Government Regulations.

GHG Emissions (tCO2e)

Head Office

Tainan Branch and Plant

Niao Song Factory

Ren Ai Factory


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■ n 2022, Nam Liong Global’ s total GHG emissions amounted to 9,522.219 metric tons of CO2e, including emissions from both the Head Office and the Tainan Branch.
■Emission factors: Primarily derive from the GHG Emission Factor Management Table version 6.0.4 announced by the Ministry of Environment, and the GWP adapted from IPCC Sixth Assessment Report.
《Reduction of GHG Emissions》:
Nam Liong Global’ s GHG reduction targets: Aiming for a 10% reduction by 2025, and a 25% reduction by 2030, in comparison to the emissions recorded in the baseline year of 2022. Strategies devised to address climate change or GHG management include:

Reduction of GHG Emissions Items

Action Plan

Implementation of ISO 14064-1: GHG Inventory

Initiate education to understand the proportion of carbon emissions and identify carbon emissions hotspots as a basis for future discussion on carbon reduction. Meanwhile, adopting the Eco-Family series products in response to preparing for carbon footprint assessment of products.

Materials Management

Actively developing and seeking low-carbon or eco-friendly substitute materials to mitigate the impact of raw materials and supplies.

Water-saving Management

Implementing a regular water pipe inspection plan, installing timers to stop water supply during non-production hours, installing water-saving devices, and increasing recycled water from runoff, as well as promoting water-saving measures during daily morning meetings to raise employees’ awareness of water conservation.

Energy-saving Management

  • Implementing regular maintenance of machinery to enhance operational efficiency and reduce enegry consumption losses.
  • Replacing old machinery with newer, more energy-efficient models to upgrade operational efficiency.
  • Comprehensive evaluation and potential replacement of outdated air conditioning system to improve their efficiency.
  • Assessing the feasibility and benefits of installing smart meters and real-time energy monitoring systems to understand energy consumption patterns and identify areas of high energy consumption.
  • Establishing energy-saving objectives based on the GHG inventory results for each facility in the future.
  • Assessing the potential for supplying self-use energy through renewable energy sources.

Natural Gas Conservation Management

Regularly inspect and maintain steam pipelines and boilers to ensure their proper functioning.

Waste-reduction Management

Business waste: Internal recycling initiatives are implemented within the facilities, while external efforts focus on utilizing solid recovered fuel (SRF) or other recycling projects. General household waste: Reinstate resources recycling bins across all factory areas, enhance employee guidance on waste segregation, and effectively improve the recycling efforts of general household waste.

Emission Monitoring | High-Tech, Functional, Green Textile Fabrics & Foam Composite Materials Manufacturer Since 1972 | Nam Liong

Located in Taiwan since 1972, Nam Liong Global Corporation,Tainan Branch has been a high-tech, functional, environment-friendly textiles and foam composite materials manufacturer. Their main textile products, including Neoprene, Industrial-Use Rubber Sponge, TPU Film, Inflatable, Hook And Loop, Abrasion Resistant Fabric, Flame Retardant Fabric, Cut Resistant Fabric, Anti Slip Fabric, Functional Yarn and Products, which meet international standards such as USDA and bluesign.

Nam Liong Global Corporation,Tainan Branch provides high-tech, functional, environment-friendly polymers and high elastic foam materials to meet all kinds of requirements from our customers with our continuous R&D ability and great service quality. With more than 45 years of experience, Nam Liong is dedicated to environmental protection and keeps developing eco-friendly products in compliance with international environmental regulation. Following the concept of respect for life, we focus on the development of products for health protection to avoid potential hazards to human body.

Nam Liong has been offering customers functional fabric and bio-based neoprene sponge, both with advanced fabric technology and 50 years of experience, Nam Liong ensures each customer's demands are met.