SR Asia Indonesia


Supporting companies to adopt and implement sustainability

and social responsibility principles and standards.

WHO we are

SR Asia Indonesia provides sustainability report and integrated report assurance services and capacity building programs.

We provide solutions to the growing movement of shaping the current business and economic agenda on sustainability.

As a leading assurance provider in Indonesia, we are a member of UN Global Compact Indonesia Network and an AA1000 License Provider with a register number of 000-174. 

Founded in 2011, Social Responsibility (SR) Asia is a networking organization of professionals in sustainability and social responsibility based in Asian countries. SR Asia is headquartered in India and has active operating organizations in Indonesia, Bangladesh, and the Philippines. Our footprints can also be found in Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Fiji, Japan, and other Asian countries.

SR Asia activities are mainly related to sustainability and social responsibility issues. Depending on the needs of respective countries, SR Asia carries out community projects, social mapping and impact assessment, develops sustainability strategies, conducts workshops and studies, and assists adherence to ISO26000. In Indonesia, our main services are assurance on Sustainability & Integrated Report and SR Asia Global Certification Program. 

Our Clients
Partners & Network
Our services & Programs


We assure and provide independent assurance statement on Sustainability Report and Integrated Report.

SR Asia Global Certification program

Comprises of two levels, this certification program aims to improve competencies required to answer challenges in sustainability and integrated report. 

Sustainability rating & Awards

Comprises of two levels, this certification program aims to improve competencies required to answer challenges in sustainability and integrated report. 



A solution to plastic pollution: circular economy

Discarded plastic waste, particularly single-use plastic, is putting marine life at risk. That’s why solutions to support a circular economy are growing in importance.


Circular economy may add up to $45b to Indonesia’s GDP by 2030

Adopting a circular economy in Indonesia’s key sectors might add between Rp 593 trillion (US$42.2 billion) and Rp 638 trillion to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030.


Will 2020 Make Us More Empathetic Investors?

Sustainable investing has already been on the rise for some time, but the events of 2020 may make the practice more widespread. In a survey of 500 investors by Aviva, a U.K.-based insurance company, 55% of respondents said that the pandemic had impacted the likelihood that they would take ESG, or environmental, social and governance, factors into consideration when investing.


Enabling companies to report on the SDGs

It is now even easier for organizations to communicate their efforts to support the UN …

SR Asia India

4th Floor, Corporate Suite -25, Ansal Plaza Mall, Sector-1, Vaishali, (NCR Region Delhi) Ghaziabad, UP-201010 India

SR Asia Bangladesh

Suvastu Nazar Valley, Apt 8E3, Tower 4, Pragati Sharani, Shahjadpur
Gulshan 2, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh

SR Asia Philippines

Geoinfometrics Solutions Co.10411 Ground Floor Anest Tower, Lopez Avenue, Los Baños, Laguna 4030

SR Asia Indonesia

PT. Sejahtera Rambah Asia
Jalan MT Haryono Kav.2-3, Tebet Barat
Tebet, Jakarta 12810, Indonesia


‎+62 21 5010 1504