Through continuous improvements PANDORA commits itself to minimizing the environmental impact. This has resulted in PANDORA receiving five awards in waste utilization from the Department of Industrial Works in Bangkok, Thailand.
At PANDORA Production Thailand, waste is seen as a resource. In 2016, 86% of the waste produced by its crafting facilities was reused or recycled. The dedicated effort put into the company’s waste management has now been rewarded by the Department of Industrial Works in Bangkok, Thailand.
62 sites achieve Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Certification
DETROIT, November 3, 2016 /3BL Media/— General Motors is supporting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal to halt biodiversity loss by developing wildlife habitats at its sites around the world. From helping protect honeybees with pollinator gardens or designating no-mow zones to grow grassland habitats, GM is demonstrating the role business can play in advancing sustainable ecosystems.
Hanes plants in the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Thailand and Vietnam increased energy efficiency by 18 percent to achieve EPA Challenge for Industry Status
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., March 24, 2016 /3BL Media/ – HanesBrands (NYSE: HBI) announced today that five additional company manufacturing plants have earned U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star Challenge for Industry awards by reducing energy use by an average 18 percent.
As the world works hard to ensure that supply chains are free from any type of compromising issue, there are still areas that are difficult to investigate. One such area that has become a hotspot for such controversy, is Thailand.
KFC Thailand has announced the winner of its 2013 KFC Seven Shoot Cup, a soccer competition for youth age 12 to 15. Assumption School from Sriracha took home the top prize – 100,000 Baht (approximately US$3,000) and a trip to Japan, where they received a private coaching session from the Urawa Red Diamonds professional team.
Last week, Kristie Kenney, the US Ambassador to Thailand, presented 2013 AMCHAM Corporate Social Responsibility Excellence Recognition to Choomprin Yurayong, Corporate Communications Director of Amway Thailand.
The award recognizes Amway’s commitment to transparency, good governance and sustainable business practices, and promotes the company as a model for others to follow.
Starting at midnight on Wednesday, November 20, the Amway Universal Children’s Day came to life. Amway business owners and employees in more than 55 countries participated in volunteering, giving and advocacy with local partners.
We tracked over 100 projects, and are certain that there were many more that we may never know about. They started in Australia, moved around the world, passed through our headquarters in Ada, Michigan, and ended at our Nutrilite offices in Buena Park, California.
Project aims to donate 22,000 warm jackets, with help from Amway Business Owners and staff countrywide.
Last week, Amway Thailand held a press conference announcing an exciting project for our global volunteer day on November 20.
Amway will work with the national border police to address the needs of children in remote schools, by providing warm jackets for the wintertime. The “Amway Rak Nong” (Amway Loves Children) project aims to donate 22,000 warm jackets, with help from Amway Business Owners and staff countrywide.