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Bangkok Airways organizes “Waste Management Mini Talk” As part of the “VIBHAVADI ZERO WASTE” campaign by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

Bangkok / 19 February 2020 – Recently, Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited, led by Mrs. Ariya Prasarttong-Osoth, Board of Directors and Chairman of Corporate Social Responsibility Division (3rd from right) and Mr. Varong Israsena Na Ayudhya, Vice President – Marketing (2nd from right) organized an activity entitled, “Waste Management Mini Talk,” as part of an ongoing project by The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) called “VIBHAVADI ZERO WASTE.” The intent of the program was to share knowledge with employees on how to efficiently manage waste within the organization. The “Waste Management Mini Talk” was held at Bangkok Airways’ headquarters on Vibhavadirangsit Road and was also attended by Mrs. Pimpan Diskul na Ayudhya, Director-Thailand Responsible Business Network (3rd from left). Furthermore, Top  Pipat (1st from left) and Noon Siriphan (2nd from left) – are the Ecolifestyle love couple who joined the event to share daily easy tips on how to preserve the environment.

The “VIBHAVADI ZERO WASTE” campaign organized by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) invited listed companies located along Vibhavadi Road to jointly find ways to efficiently manage waste within the organization and reduce unrecyclable waste, in order to reduce all waste to a minimum. The overall objective is to raise awareness of the importance of the environment by adhering to the 3R principle -- “Reduce Reuse Recycle.”  This principle starts with reducing the use of things that tend to become waste as well as learning to manage each type of waste which is just the beginning of a circular economy. To be sustainable, everyone in the society must cooperate by starting to change with easy things everyone does in everyday life while in the workplace as that can set a good example to other organizations.


19 February 2020