Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited and ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand joined “Send Plastic Home” project to promote plastic waste reduction among employees at Bangkok and Sriracha refinery offices. The campaign encouraged the sorting and dropping of hard and stretchy plastic at designated dropping points in the offices during September to December 2020.
On this occasion, Esso executives Khun Ratrimani Pasiphol (3rd from right), Director and designated Chief Financial Officer, and Khun Jutarat Wareechuensuk (3rd from left), Investor Relations and Planning Manager, together with the working team presented 450 Kgs of hard plastic and 30 Kgs of stretchy plastic to Khun Ramrada Ninnad (2nd from right), Deputy Director of Thailand Responsible Business Network (TRBN). The event took place at Esso Head office.
Following crisis of COVID 19 pandemic since the beginning of last year, there have been increasing demands of delivery and take home services. Moreover, many of food and beverage entrepreneurs disallowed reusable containers due to hygiene issue and the spread of the coronavirus leading to more plastic wastes. The company recognizes the issue of increasing waste and would like to encourage awareness of waste management starting from ourselves. One of the starting points is to sort and send plastic waste for recycle process into other useful products. The program encourages employees participation in waste management and environmental care in our society.
As affiliates of Exxon Mobil Corporation – a world leading Energy Company, Esso and ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand have been providing quality fuels and lubes as well as chemical products to serve the growth of the country under the brands of Esso, Mobil and ExxonMobil. The companies emphasize on doing business operations that go along with social responsibility, while engaging, creating and supporting development in the operating communities. This participation with Send Plastic Home project is part of their support in environmental care and conservation.