Circular economy MOU signed by One Bangkok and SCG

Circular economy MOU signed by One Bangkok and SCG

One Bangkok and SCG sign MOU for collaboration on sustainable construction management towards circular economy to be implemented at the largest private sector property development in Thailand

Mr. Panote Sirivadhanabhakdi (4th left), Group Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Property Limited, a joint developer of One Bangkok, a fully-integrated district and the largest private sector property development in Thailand’s history, and Mr. Nithi Patarachoke (4th right), President, Cement-Building Materials Business, SCG signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for sustainable construction management according to circular economy principles to be implemented for the first time in Thailand at One Bangkok.

The partnership aims to set new standards of sustainability in construction by recycling concrete waste from pile cuttings into precast panels, and developing holistic waste and pollution management plans. 

The signing ceremony, recently held at The Victor Club, 8th floor of Park Ventures Ecoplex, was witnessed by Ms. Su Lin Soon (3rd left), Chief Executive Officer – Development, One Bangkok; Mr. Worawat Srisa-an (2nd left), Deputy Chief Executive Officer – Development, One Bangkok; Mr. Burin Kunatippapong (far left), Chief Development Officer, Project Development, One Bangkok; Mr. Chana Poomee (3rd right), Vice President – Cement and Construction Solution Business, Cement-Building Materials Business, SCG; Mr. Bunn Kasemsup (2nd right), Managing Director – SCG Distribution Co., Ltd; and Mr. Chuchoke Sevakunarkon (far right), Managing Director – CPAC.

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