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Uthai and the Industry Council invite the 4-6 February factory to help reduce pollution.

Uthai and the Industry Council invite the 4-6 February factory to help reduce pollution.

Today (1 February 2019) Ministry of Industry together with the Federation of Thai Industries Press conference "Requesting cooperation with industrial plants that are at risk of dust problems. Delay production or stop the machine In the period with the highest pollutant value in each area to reduce the environmental impact "by Ms. Nisakorn Chungcharoentham, Mr. Suraphon Chamart, Deputy Permanent Secretary of Industry, Mr. Thongchai Chavalitpichet, Director-General of the Department of Industrial Works And Mr. Kriangkrai Thiennukul, Vice Chairman of the Federation of Thai Industries Along with the executives of the Ministry of Industry And executives of the Federation of Thai Industries together with the Choonhawan meeting room Ministry of industry

Ministry of Industry and the Federation of Thai Industries Requesting cooperation in factories in 15 provinces, including Prachin Buri, Surat Thani, Khon Kaen, Ratchaburi, Saraburi, Songkhla, Nakhon Ratchasima, Ayutthaya, Chachoengsao, Rayong, Nakhon Pathom, Pathum Thani, Chonburi, Samut Sakhon and Samut Prakan. Which is an area that may be affected by pollution to temporarily stop the machine Or reduce production capacity to reduce smoke and waste emissions during 4-6 Feb 62 to help reduce potential pollution Ready for the industrial factory together Big Cleaning Day to clean the machine for a big time. To get rid of dust and waste that may occur And also campaigning for the factory to change the internal transportation to use electric vehicles as fuel which does not cause pollution And would like all sectors to raise awareness to consider the environment Not create pollution Which the Ministry of Industry will continue to monitor And inspect all factories until the dust problem is resolved

Source: Royal Thai Government

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