We believe that development should encompass approaches that support industry, communities and the environment to co-exist harmoniously. Therefore, this project aims to promote balance and sustainability, whilst simultaneously boosting the competitive advantage of industry and collaboration between community and industry.
We promote his on three levels.
The one thing that a factory can control is cost. IF a resource is used efficiently and waste is minimized, the cost tends o decrease. Periodic assessments to identify opportunities for resource efficient, management system implementation, low carbon technology application and green chemistry alternatives and green chemistry alternatives, and green chemistry alternatives, as well as BAT/BEP implementation, can help to reduce costs and enhance the environment.
In the industrial sector:
When a factory uses resources efficiently, the by-products and wastes are minimized. However, those by-products and wastes could be useful resources for neighboring factories. This can generate value and reduce waste management costs. Don't forget to look out for resource sharing opportunities with neighbors.
Industry and the community:
Factory staff are the key link between factories and communities. Community business development through the use of factory by-products and power generation using community municipal wastes are just some examples of industry-urban symbiosis actions implemented in Thailand and beyond.