Tetra Pak Signs MOU to Promote School Milk Carton Recycling

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Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the key partners of the Bangkok School Milk Carton Recycling Project. The project is initiated by Dairy Farming Promotion Organization of Thailand in collaboration with Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Fiberpat Limited (recycling company) and SIG Combibloc Ltd. The aim of the project is to promote the collection of discarded UHT milk cartons from the school milk programme of 437 schools under the Bangkok Metropolitain Administration and recycle them into furniture, roof sheets, and other useful products.

Tetra Pak (Thailand) Limited, represented by Mr. Bert Jan Post, Managing Director, confirms this project is one of the important environment projects of the company, which contribute to our commitment to sustainable circular economy, waste reduction and environmental preservation. 

From Left to right

  1. Khun VatcharapongUngsrisawasdi, Country Manager of Thailand, SIG Combibloc Ltd
  2. Khun Kriengkrai Chongcharoen, Educational Department, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration,
  3. Dr. Narongrit Wongsuwan, Director of Dairy Farming Promotion Organization of Thailand
  4. Khun Trivichak Yibyintham, Managing Director, Fiberpat Limited
  5. Mr. Bert Jan Post, Managing Director, Tetra Pak (Thailand) Limited
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