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Bangkok’s Chatuchak district was teeming with energy as hundreds of enthusiasts and volunteers gathered at Soi Lat Phrao Wanghin 41, adjacent to the canal. The occasion? An event promoting waste sorting, recycling, and the monumental task of keeping the city’s canals clean. This noteworthy event was brought to fruition by the partnership between C2 drinking water, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), and TerraCycle Thai Foundation.

C2, a product of C Drink Ltd and pioneer of no-label bottled drinking water, takes pride in bolstering the zero-waste concept in Thailand. The company commands an extensive fanbase, especially after featuring Jackson Wang from the globally acclaimed GOT7 boyband as its ambassador. Jackson, with his massive popularity among Thai fans, effectively propels the brand’s vital cause of waste reduction and recycling.

The participated enthusiasts, with sheer will and commitment, managed to extract over 2.2 tonnes of waste from the Lat Phrao canal, akin to conducting a surgical procedure to rid the city of its menacing garbage. Moreover, they also gained invaluable knowledge about segregating plastic waste from household garbage during an insightful workshop, ensuring they brought home more than just the satisfaction of having done their part for nature.

“This initiative aligns perfectly with the BMA’s ‘Mai Te Ruam’ campaign, which is primarily about thwarting the mixing of wastes. Our approach involves recycling plastic bottles into reflective vests, substantially increasing the safety of our diligent road sweepers,” explained Chadchart. Upon further reflection, he pointed out the striking impact of both the Mai Te Ruam campaign and the Zero Waste drive since their inception last year, cutting down Bangkok’s waste by an impressive 10% to 90,000 tonnes per day.

Noteworthy attendees at the event included the likes of the governor’s secretary Pimuk Simaroj, BMA’s articulate spokesperson Aekvarunyoo Amrapala, and Praphas Lueangsirinapha, the director of BMA’s Environment Department. Their presence bolstered the significance and effectiveness of the event, marking a notable stride in the direction of a cleaner, less wasteful Bangkok.

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