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“Mono Next” Carries on “reBOX” Project

“Mono Next” Carries on “reBOX” Project

Mono Next and its affiliated Companies have been joining the “Post reBox” project by encouraging the Company’s employees to donate unused boxes and envelopes for recycling into sets of tables and chairs including bookshelves and presenting them to students at Border Patrol Police Schools across Thailand. Due to the remarkable success of the “Post reBox” project in the past year, Mono Next and its affiliated Companies have carried on the project  “Post reBox” on a continuing basis under the concept of the “Post reBox EP.4” with their firm intention to donate unused boxes for the greatest benefits of people with disabilities.

Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL. was a representative on behalf of executives and employees to present unused boxes and envelopes to Mr.Prakit Kunkwaeng, Head of Pak Kret Post Office, Mr. Charoen Waysalee, Assistant of the Head of      Pak Kret Post Office, and the new cage trolly was also placed in Mono Next’s Office, Chaiyapruek Rd.

“Mono Next” Delivers Plastic Bottles for the Project “Yaek Khuat Chuai Mor, Nonthaburi”

“Mono Next” Delivers Plastic Bottles for the Project “Yaek Khuat Chuai Mor, Nonthaburi”

Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of  Mono Next PCL. was a representative of executives and employees to deliver transparent plastic bottles for the project “Yaek Khuat Chuai Mor, Nonthaburi” (PET to PPE Project). The established objective of this project is to upcycle (upgrade and recycle) plastic bottles to make PPE suits (Personal Protective Equipment) and then deliver them to medical staff for their greatest usefulness. The representatives of the project received plastic bottles donated by executives and employees of Mono Next PCL. and its affiliated Companies amounted to around 40 kilograms at Mono Next’s Office, Chaiyapruek Rd. With its commitment to taking care of society’s sustainability, “Mono Next Care” project has still been being conducted continually to separate and upcycle plastic bottles throughout the year.

“Mono Next Care: Waste Sorting for The World”

“Mono Next Care: Waste Sorting for The World”

Mr. Patompong Sirachairat, Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Pitirudee Sirisamphan, Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Communications, Ms. Piangporn Soontarawat, Assistant Vice President of General Administration, and Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communications from the management team of Mono Next Public Company Limited took photos and videos to promote and encourage employees in Mono Next Public Company Limited and affiliated companies including general people to have a major role in the activity “MONO NEXT CARE: WASTE SORTING FOR THE WORLD” to protect the environment by sorting waste before throwing away to reduce the amount of waste which is the main part causing the global warming. This activity also aims to reduce pollution, and greenhouse gasses held at Mono Next Office, Chaiyapruek Rd., Nonthaburi.

MONO NEXT HELD TREE AND VEGETABLE PLANTING ACTIVITY

MONO NEXT HELD TREE AND VEGETABLE PLANTING ACTIVITY

Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., along with representatives of executives and Mono employees participated in tree and vegetable planting activity following MONO NEXT CARE campaign on environmental preservation and collaboration within the organization. Executives and employees brought trees and vegetable seedlings to exchange and plant them in the office area that was arranged for creating awareness in joining the campaign to reduce global warming, increase green area – oxygen, and create a small food source for employees to harvest their produce. In the future, the surrounding area will be arranged to increase green space in Mono Next office, Chaiyaphruek Rd.

MONO NEXT TOOK PART IN PROJECT “PET TO PPE, NONTHABURI”

MONO NEXT TOOK PART IN PROJECT “PET TO PPE, NONTHABURI”

Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., received Drop Point box from Ms. Jantima Surarut, Director of Student Affairs Office of Panyapiwat Institute of Management (PIM), as an alliance participating in project “Yaek Khuat Chuai Mor, Nonthaburi” (PET to PPE Project) held by Less Plastic Thailand in collaboration with Z SAFE CO., LTD., YOUTURN Platform by GC, Mahidol University, Faculty of Medicine of Thammasat University, and Environmental Sector of Student Affairs Office of PIM. The event took place at the Auditorium on 16th Floor of CP All Academy Building, PIM, Chaengwattana Rd.

MONO NEXT ORGANIZED ACTIVITY EDUCATING WASTE SEPARATION

MONO NEXT ORGANIZED ACTIVITY EDUCATING WASTE SEPARATION

Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen (Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication, Mono Next PCL.) together with Ms. Jantima Surarut (Director of Student Affairs Office, Panyapiwat Institute of Management or PIM), Mr. Suthee Premboon (Manager of Student Welfare and Alumni Relations, PIM), and representatives of employees and students jointly organized activities to educate students in Grade 4-6 of Wat Choeng Len School in Nonthaburi on waste separation. Recreational activities were set for Thai youth to educate and raise awareness on waste separation and reduction.

In this occasion, Mono Next PCL. also delivered 200 sets of COVID-19 test kit to Wat Choeng Len School, and joined in a tree planting activity to celebrate the Birthday of H.M. King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua. Mr. Juan Wongpin (Director of Wat Choeng Len School) and 40 students participated in the activities at Wat Choeng Len School in Nonthaburi the day before.

The organized activities will reduce waste in landfills and raise awareness on waste separation and reduction as well as environmental protection according to MONO NEXT C.A.R.E strategy (Community Communication, Alliances, Reduce and Re-use, Environment Engagement, Etc.).

“MONO NEXT” SUPPORTS “NON-RECYCLABLE WASTE ROAD TRIP”

“MONO NEXT” SUPPORTS “NON-RECYCLABLE WASTE ROAD TRIP”

Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., and representatives of employees under Mono Group participated in “Non-Recyclable Waste Road Trip”, an activity held by PIM Recycling Business, Panyapiwat Institute of Management. Waste exchange booths were available, both for recyclable waste and non-recyclable waste that can be used as fuel in power plants and cement factories to replace fossil fuels. In this activity, waste donors received gifts from Mono Next as an expression of gratitude. The event took place the day before at the open area behind CP ALL Academy Building, Panyapiwat Institute of Management on Chaengwattana Rd.

This activity will help reduce waste in landfills and create awareness of waste separation and reduction as well as environmental protection according to MONO NEXT C.A.R.E strategy (supporting communities – knowledge communication, creating cooperation in communities and partners in various sectors, reducing the use of resources – reusing waste, working for the environment, etc.)

RESTORING MANGROVE FOREST – GENERATING INCOME – HELPING LOCAL COMMUNITY

RESTORING MANGROVE FOREST – GENERATING INCOME – HELPING LOCAL COMMUNITY

Ms. Hataitip Mudjui, Vice President of Online Movie Business of Mono Streaming Co., Ltd. or MONOMAX, along with Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., and MONO staff representatives helped restoring mangrove forest in the project “Restoring Mangrove Forest – Generating Income – Helping Local Community” held by Rajapruek Institute Foundation. The objectives of the activity were to restore the abundance of mangrove forest ecosystem, create jobs for the locals to plant seedlings and take care of the mangrove, and generate income for them during the time of Covid-19 uneasy situation. Mr.Siriwat Kantaros, Director of Rajapruek Institute Foundation, and representatives of the locals also participated in this activity at Mangrove Forest Nature School in Bang Kaeo Subdistrict, Mueang Samut Songkhram District, Samut Songkhram.

Sponsoring Summer Nature Camp

Sponsoring Summer Nature Camp

Finally completed for “Summer Nature Camp” that MONO29 under Mono Group was a sponsor. The camp was held during April 6-8, 2018 with more than 40 young people from 15-18 years old participating in conservation activities as well as learning about the nature and animals at Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest. Some of the activities include ice breaking activities, exchanging knowledge and creating friendship, trekking, getting to know the nature, practicing living in forest and cooking with Ang-Lo Stove. This was one of the activities that brought happiness, enjoyment, and friendship. It also created a network of young people for environmental conservation.

Click Dee Tum Dee 7/2015: Planting Trees – Freeing Fishes and Crabs

Click Dee Tum Dee 7/2015: Planting Trees – Freeing Fishes and Crabs

Mr.Kittisak Pukcharoen, Senior Manager of CSR & International Communication, and Mr.Wirach Jirawatpanich, Senior Manager of HR & Internal Activities, of Mono Technology Public Company Limited under Mono Group led a team of volunteers from websites MTHAI.COM and HOROLIVE.COM to participate in Click Dee Tum Dee Project 7/2015: Planting Trees – Freeing Fishes and Crabs. With the intention to rehabilitate seaside natural resources, children with visual impairments from Thammik Witthaya School were taken to The Sirindhorn International Environmental Park in Phetchaburi Province to plant trees in mangrove forest and free fishes and crabs into the sea. Mono Group also donated 10,000 Baht to Thammik Wittaya School.

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