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CPF 'holds' sustainable packaging policies and practices

Mr. Suksan Chiamjaisawangkruek Chief Executive Officer Agro-industry business And the President (Joint) CPF revealed that the company is committed to developing and managing packaging to achieve sustainability. In order to use resources in the production of packaging effectively It is expected that this policy will reduce the amount of waste that is eliminated by landfill and incineration per unit of production by 30% compared to the base year 2015 in accordance with the 2020 sustainability goals of the company. Can lose 9.08% CPF is committed to developing the value chain and packaging with environmentally friendly materials. To reduce the use of plastic Especially at the spot where the hot spot is from the animal feed factory Aquaculture farm group Including the food production plant of the company. The "sustainable packaging" policy also supports the policy of Charoen Pokphand Group. Which requires that all business groups operating in Thailand must turn to use plastic packaging made from materials "Reuse, reuse and decompose" all by 2025, while also supporting the policy of global sustainability organizations, which CPF is a member of, such as for Ocean Stewardship (SeaBOS) and World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), including the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Article 12 Sustainable Production and Consumption

CPF reduces the use of plastic in the production process by investing and developing green innovations continuously. To reduce plastic waste in every value chain of business Therefore, the current can reduce the use of plastic more than 10,000 tons per year. For example, in 2013, CPF's feed mill plant uses a bulk feed tank to replace the use of plastic bags containing animal feed. 60% of the use of plastic in the production process Or representing more than 8,000 tons of plastic, equivalent to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 17,000 tons of carbon. In addition, the results have been extended to foreign affairs, including Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Philippines and Russia. And in the aquatic business, the Q-pass tank has been used at the aquaculture farm to replace the use of shrimp ball plastic bags. Reducing more than 1,600 tons of plastic equivalent to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 3,600 tons of carbon. For chicken processing plants and processed foods The company has developed the transportation of raw materials into the production and transportation process. With modern machinery and equipment Eco-friendly Thus reducing the amount of plastic used since 2006 to date more than 3,500 tons. In addition, all plastic bags that the company uses in chicken processing plants and processed foods must not cause landfill waste by the year 2025

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