The industry joins hands with the Royal Thai Police, intensifying smuggling of industrial waste

The Ministry of Industry joins forces with the Royal Thai Police to prevent and crack down on illegal dumping of industrial waste. invoke confidence Build a community industry

Dr. Nattaphon Rangsitphon, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Industry and Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittipraphat national police chief sign a memorandum of understanding Cooperation on the prevention and suppression of the illegal dumping of industrial waste To enhance the ability to effectively enforce laws related to solving the illegal dumping of industrial waste. Including jointly inspecting suspicious factories that are likely to risk illegal dumping of industrial waste. in order to bring the perpetrators to justice and pay for damages incurred to the public

In this regard, the cooperation of the two agencies at this time will be a close collaboration For speed and increase efficiency in intensive law enforcement The Ministry of Industry will support information in prosecuting smugglers who dump industrial waste, such as hazard identification. or toxicity or other dangers to the environment and people Analysis of industrial waste in areas where smuggling is found as well as relevant information from the factory database. Industrial Waste Management and transportation of industrial waste for the Royal Thai Police to prosecute

Police General Damrongsak Kittipraphat The Royal Thai Police Commissioner said that the Royal Thai Police will investigate public areas and general areas where there are clues or areas that are at risk of illegal dumping of industrial waste, investigate, collect evidence necessary for prosecution. so that the perpetrators will be punished according to the law .

Source: Thai News Agency