Gold Waisar Co., Ltd. operates raw natural rubber processing mill which is an existing mill within a rubber plantation in Nant Lian Ywar Ma Kwin (Kwin No. 3), Hopan Township, “WA” Self-Administrated Division in the Northern Shan State, Myanmar.
Gold Wai Sar Group Co., Ltd is using the Ribbed Smoked Sheet (RSS) method instead of using Air Dried Sheet (ADS) method in their raw rubber processing mill. RSS uses smoke provide in a smokehouse with temperature up to 60̊ C. The principle of the design of smokehouse is to eliminate as much as possible manhandling of sheets. The smoke chambers are on Ground Level, so that the trolleys can be loaded with sheets in the factory and then transported into the smoke chambers. The smokeing process in the Smokehouse is basically a continuous process. Rubber sheet processing is started from natural latex collection in the field. It is then diluted and screened before the addition of formic acid for coagulation process. The specific smell of smoked sheet is caused by the wood, coal and other organic materials such as coconut shells used to produce the smoke. In Gold Wai Sar’s raw rubber processing mill, they are using the coal to make up the temperature up to 60̊ C and able to get the smoked sheet without any smoke colour “black” stained in the rubber sheet.
Our raw rubber factory which is owned by Gold Waisar Group Co., Ltd is carrying out the activities to comply with the national rules, laws and regulation to operate the factory. Meanwhile, we are carrying the Environmental and Social Impact Management as per Environmental Conservation Department (ECD) under Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation’s guidance. Therefore, we would like to disclose our Scoping Report (to download the file from here) for the initial state of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) to public in order to obtain the advice and comment from the communities regarding our rubber factory. Please send us your kind advice and comments though our email at - email@example.com.
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