Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication was a representative on behalf of executives and employees of Mono Next and its affiliated companies to present cleaned-plastic cups from Mono Next Care project, the Company’s waste separation for a recycling project, to Plaplus under the project “Send Me (Orphan Waste) Home”. Mr. Wattanawit Gajaseni, Deputy Director-General, of Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA), and Miss Noramon Intaranont, co-founder of Plaplus, a food waste and bioplastic management solutions company, were representatives to receive the waste from Mono Next. Moreover, there are also some volunteers joining this activity to receive non-biodegradable waste from the general public via the drive-thru at Chaeng Watthana Government Complex, Lak Si District, Bangkok.
For those non-biodegradable waste, it will be delivered to its source at N15 Technology’s factory to go through the process of waste management; segregation, treatment, and recycling into “greener fuels”. Then, those greener fuels will be used as renewable energy to replace fossil fuels for the operations of power plants, and cement factories, also the arrangements for sending those non-biodegradable waste will be made every two months.