Committed to realizing the vision and commitment of Sustainability Ambitions 2020-2040, Coca-Cola Europaciﬁc Partners Indonesia (CCEP Indonesia) encourages the use of waste, especially through optimizing recycling at the lowest level like our households. This is based on the belief that a change in mindset, habits, down to the system structure at the most basic level is currently needed to overcome the waste issue. In addition, the prevention of climate change can be realized through business activities or green businesses by the community so that they can contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Through the Fun Learning Studio program, Coca-Cola Forest Sumedang Plant, always present to educate the public to conserve our environment, including waste management and processing at the source. Last week, we held the second series this year with the theme “Plastic Waste Circular Economy” as well as being active together to commemorate the Environment Day. Lucia Karina, Public Affairs, Communications & Sustainability Director CCEP Indonesia & PNG, was present to give a speech and explanation of the sustainability programs that have been carried out by CCEP Indonesia, including by tackling waste problems, starting from the construction of an rPET waste treatment plant to the utilization of tea dregs and household waste into organic compost.
The webinar which was organized by CCEP Indonesia in collaboration with the Kertabumi Institute received appreciation from Sinta Saptarina, Director of Waste Reduction at the Ministry of Environment and Forestry. She also provided valuable explanations regarding the efforts of the Minimized Waste Movement in Indonesia to increase public awareness of dealing with waste issues.
The contribution of Coca-Cola Forest Sumedang Plant to the environment and critical land in West Java was also conveyed by Denny Wahyudi, Corporate Affairs Manager, CCEP Indonesia – West Java Operations. Audiences who attended the webinar came from various circles, where they were also invited to play an active role in order to contribute to making a positive impact on the environment. Webinar participants showed high interest in the potential for collaboration with one another, as seen from the virtual attendance of 214 participants from all over Indonesia.