In conjunction with World Environmental Day and KPT Day on June 5, KPT Group together with the People's Committee of HCMC's Can Gio District and the Nature and Environment Protection Association of HCMC (HANE) organizes an afforestation event at the Can Gio mangrove biosphere reserve to bring awareness to local communities and employees in preserving and protecting the world's green lungs.
Tree planting is one of the company’s CSR (corporate social responsibilities) annual activities to create awareness on environmental issues.
KPT Group's CEO, John Tay (R, fourth) received a letter of thanks from the vice president of Can Gio, Truong Tien Trien. Photo by KPT Group
Every year the company organizes a tree-planting trip with employees and their families, which also serves as a team building event.
KPT Group also reached out to work alongside HANE in providing support to the community of Can Gio, facilitating them with waste recycling and treatment via the distribution of certain products.
"As a greentech company, KPT promotes and educates environmental protection through our products, solutions and technologies. Our people always put environment protection as top priority during their daily business activities. We hope through our solutions and hard work, our next generation will have a good environment to live in," said John Tay, CEO of KPT Group.
Employees of KPT Group are excited about the activity of planting trees for the environment. Photo by KPT Group
During this event, the group has supported students from low income families, funded the forest protection management board, and donated two water purifiers to Binh Khanh Primary School.
At the same time, KPT Group has also donated the company’s Ecoclean Microbial products to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment in order to help local communities with composting and to resolve the odor pollution problems from daily waste.
KPT Group members completed planting 500 trees in Can Gio Biosphere Park. Photo by KPT Group
Established in 2009, KPT Group is one of the greentech leading companies specialized in providing air treatment, water treatment and chemical solutions, and clean energy in Vietnam. Throughout the years of development, today KPT Group has expand its 4 core business to the regional countries in Asia Pacific.
The company strives in achieving our vision as a top greentech total solution company in Vietnam and the Asia Pacific region by 2030. The focus for the future is to invest in R&D centers to research and develop clean technology such as fuel cell and biotech for waste treatment, and be the patent owner in Greentech. The company also has plan to invest in wind power and green hydrogen production facilities and building an aquaculture station for environment treatment by micro-organisms.
In addition, the company has plan to IPO by 2024.
Currently, KPT Group has more than 120 employees and a global network spanning Vietnam and countries like Singapore, Malaysia, China, Thailand, Bangladesh, Korea, and Japan, with factories and chemical storage terminal in Binh Duong, Dong Nai, and offices around the globe.
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