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KBank launches measures to become zero-carbon organisation

Jan 15. 2020
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Aiming to become a zero-carbon organisation, Kasikornbank (KBank) has launched an initiative to reduce the use of plastics from Wednesday (January 15) by replacing KBank plastic bottles for drinking water with a 330-millilitre paper box, sourced from managed forests in accordance with the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council.

The efforts will help reduce the emission of greenhouse gases and mitigate the effects of climate change, the bank said.

The bank also intends to implement related corporate-wide concrete actions, starting from setting strategies, adjusting work processes and services while promoting the knowledge and understanding of employees in order to change their behaviour.

This year, KBank has policies and work plans on waste management, steady reduction of plastic use, efficient energy consumption and other environmental conservation efforts to transform itself into a zero-carbon organisation.

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