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 HDPE plastics (High-Density Polyethylene) and PP plastics (Polypropylene) which have been cleaned already such as plastic bottle caps, plastic food containers, milk bottles, plastic drinkware, etc. where we received them from the project “Mono Next Care” and presented to Precious Plastic Bangkok Project to add more value and recycle them into new products such as food plates, bowls, cups, vases, flower pots, etc. to reduce garbage from plastics, to reduce pollution, and create a sense of awareness to the society indicating that plastic can be value-added. Moreover, Ms.Thiprapa Kedtrawon, an Event Coordinator, and Mr.Wongsathorn Chantree, a Project Organizer, jointly received and offered a guided tour to watch the operation of recycling plastic garbage at Frec Bangkok Center.
Anyone who might be interested in donating HDPE and PP plastics such as bottle caps, plastic food containers, milk bottles, plastic drinkware, and others, please send them to the team of the project “Precious Plastic Bangkok” at Frec Bangkok, 1st floor, 77 Nakhon Sawan Rd., Wat Sommanat, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok 10100, or call 091-871-5792.
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 old desk calendars of over 70 kilograms donated by executives and employees of Mono Next and MONO29 to the Educational Technology Center for the Blind, Nonthaburi. At the event, Ms.Chanidapa Phetchararak, the Director of the Educational Technology Center for the Blind, received the calendars and brought such calendars to make instructional material for the blind since this activity was an environmental operation according to ESG goals (Environmental, Social, and Governance) which were applied for the greatest benefits. Ms.Chanidapa Phetchararak also took this great opportunity to offer a guided tour of the Center for Educational Material Development for the Blind at the Educational Technology Center for the Blind, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi.
Anyone who might be interested in donating old calendars or money to support the fund for the procurement of Braille embossers and printers is able to contact and donate support at the Educational Technology Center for the Blind under the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the Queen or call our phone on 02 583 6518.
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.
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.