The annual Clean Up Jakarta Day (CUJD), since 2013, brings together communities and volunteers to promote cleaner environment by picking up rubbish around the city center. Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia (CCAI) has been a staunch supporter of the program since its establishment five years ago. Every year, numerous CCAI employees would come and support the initiative, along with their family members and friends.
This year, CCAI is teaming up with students from University of Indonesia as another organization that shares a same vision about the environment. Starting the day, CCAI’s employees and University of Indonesia’s students come together to pick up the rubbish surrounding the city center. The participants were asked to separate the recyclables and non-recyclables rubbish to learn more about the importance of recycling. Together, all participants can collect more than 111 kg of rubbish which was then officially handed over to the city’s sanitation department.
“Waste issue belongs to all of us, and there is always something more that we can do to create positive impact for our environment,” says Mrs. Lucia Karina, Director of Public Affairs and Communications, Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia. “A day like this reminds us that every effort counts. We all can make impact in our capacity as part of local government, private sector, communities, and as individuals. Initiatives like Clean Up Jakarta Day is good not only because it promotes cleaner city, it also showcases the importance of collaboration between all parts of society.”
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We are looking for:
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