CPF teams up with volunteer workers Collecting rubbish on beaches and mangrove areas. protect the sea

Rayong – CPF joins government agencies Local organizations, communities, and volunteer CPF employees Collecting trash on the beaches of the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Simultaneously across the country in 7 states, supporting the project to protect the sea, Restoring the Ocean, reducing the amount of marine waste. Bring waste to the separation process and manage it properly.

CPF is moving forward to protect and care for the environment Organized activities to collect beach litter in 7 locations in 7 states in the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Coast. Between 15-17 September ago, on the International Coastal Cleanup Day week, where beach litter collection activities are one of the main activities Under the CPF Ocean Restoration project to protect the sea and create sustainable food security

On 17 September, CPF management led by Mr. Wuttichai Sitthipreedan Senior Deputy Managing Director Social Responsibility and Sustainable Organizational Development Lead CPF Volunteers with representatives of government agencies More than 300 agencies in Pak Nam Prasae sub-region, community youth and new generation collect trash on the beach around a warship Prasae. and released black crabs at the natural and environmental learning center Pak Nam Prasae Sub-District, Rayong Province, and was honored by Ms Kanjarat Iadthongsai, Head of Klaeng District to open the event and join this activity as well.

Mr Wuttichai said that CPF has continuously operated a business with social and environmental responsibility. This includes collaboration to support projects and activities with network partners. Raising awareness to actions that cover all dimensions Since the implementation of the Coordinating strategy when collecting rubbish in target areas Including separating waste and leading to new use according to the circular economy (Circular Economy) towards a better change. Build awareness of ecosystem stewardship and marine biodiversity. which is the source of the world’s sustainable food security

Sheriff Klaeng said that on behalf of Klaeng District Thank you to CPF for the importance of participating in the activities in the area. especially looking after the environment Today’s activities It shows that environmental work cannot be carried out with just one agency. but cooperation is needed from all sectors And hopefully CPF will continue to organize environmental activities in the area. As it is intended to be developed here as a sustainable food source.

for beach litter collection activities in Rayong province A total of 1,531 kilograms of waste can be collected, with waste sorted by type. It can be recycled as plastic, glass, metal, foam, rubber, a total of 539 kg. General waste such as straws, drinking glasses, 742 kg of food bags, fishing equipment such as fishing nets, 214 kg of rope and 36 kg of hazardous waste, which will bring this waste to proper management, and bring it to the process of reusing it for use in accordance with the Circular Economy.

In this regard, there are litter collection activities on beaches and mangrove forest areas in 7 areas including Mangrove Forest in the area of ​​Mangrove Forest Resources Research and Development Center 2, Bang Ya Phraek Sub-District, Samut Sakhon Province, Na Thap Beach (Bang Son), Bang Son Subdistrict, Pathio District, Chumphon Province, Bang Sak Beach, Takuapa District , Phang Nga Province, Tha Bon Beach, Tha Bon Subdistrict, Ranot Songkhla Province, Phraek Mueang Beach, Hua Sai District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province Warship beach and’ r Nature and Environment Learning Center Pak Nam Prasae Sub-District, Rayong Province and Sai Daeng Beach, Lava Rocks, Thammachat Lang House, Khlong Yai Sub-District, Laem Ngop District, Trat Province, with more than 2,000 participants, gathering a total of 7,153 kilogram of litter.

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