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Nestlé employees clean Sattahip Beach on World Volunteer Day

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Nestlé employees clean beach on World Volunteer Day

By The Nation

 

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Victor Seah, Chairman and CEO of Nestlé Indochina, led over 200 volunteer Nestlé employees in collecting rubbish from Sattahip Beach near Arpakorn Kiattiwong Hospital to mark World Volunteer Day on Wednesday.

 

The activity was organised to foster a volunteer spirit, and unite Nestlé employees to take care of the environment in the community and emphasise the Nestlé Purpose of “Enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future.”

 

The activity was part of Nestlé’s “Beat Plastic Waste” program, which starts with reducing the amount of plastic used in the office, turning large sugar bags shipped to the factory into DIY all-purpose bags, and educating employees about sorting plastic waste. 

 

The goal is to reduce the amount of plastic waste from different sources that gets into the seas, oceans, and rivers, which is a good way to contribute to sustainable environmental conservation.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30359925

 
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 Ah yes the one day crusaders,the only time anything gets done in Thailand is with a photo opp..back to plastics and foam and littering as usual tomorrow....

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How many Nestle wrappers did they pick up?

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It isn't suprising to read the negative comments about an effort to pitch in, what was pitched out. I wish the nay sayers well...well far from me. Good job Nestle'. 

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Just another free media stunt 

I just wondering how meny employees there don't want do this clean up 

Because it is not them but government there have to clean up the beach but they to lazy and corrupt so money from tourists always end up in their pockets and never benefits Thailand or the tourists 

 

 

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19 hours ago, jacko45k said:

How many Nestle wrappers did they pick up?

The same thought went through my mind - "chocolate bar wrappers"

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