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25 September 2019

‘Recycled Fabric Bags from Used PET Bottles’ PTT’s PET bottle waste reduction for ‘Breakfast for Kids’ (Read in Thai)


Dr Bunjongsek Supsopha, Assistant Director - Marketing and Fundraising, World Vision Foundation of Thailand (WVFT), has received 1,000 recycled fabric bags made from used PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) bottles, worth 400,000 baht, from Mr Auttapol Rerkpiboon, Chief Operating Officer, Downstream Petroleum Business Group, PTT Public Company Limited, at PTT Public Company Limited. The recycled bags will be given as tokens of appreciation to WVFT’s supporters who make donations to the Breakfast for Kids project that helps tackle early childhood malnutrition in impoverished areas.


The recycled fabric bags made from used plastic bottles are the results of a PTT’s waste reduction initiative based on the Plastic Circular Economy that promotes PET plastic bottles upcycling into the fabric bags printed with a chic artwork, beautifully designed and painted by Yardthip Rajpal, a kindhearted celebrity.


Let’s be part of the efforts to reduce PET bottle waste and improve the quality of life of the most vulnerable children in remote areas for better health and nutrition. Just click on https://www.worldvision.or.th/story/mchn_micro/5446.html to donate 20 meals, or 400 baht, via the WVFT’s Breakfast for Kids project and get one recycled fabric bags free (shipping fee excluded) while supplies last. For more information, please call 02-022-9200 to 2.


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