Develop procedures that harmonize environmental conservation and sustainable business practices while strictly following the principles of conservation, protection, and restoration in every step of operations.

    • Reduce construction waste from residential projects
    • articipate in the rebar recycling project with partners to reduce the disposal of construction waste into landfills
    • Be a member of the Circular Economy in Construction Industry (CECI)’s collaborative network
  • Saving Endangered Marine Species in Hotel’s Premise Project

    • Conservation of 27 species listed on the IUCN Red List within the Crossroads project.
    • Conservation and propagation of coral reefs in the Crossroads project
    • Saving marine animals in mangrove forests project

    • Install 3,000 + kilowatts of solar panels in the hotel business
    • Install 400 MW Cogeneration Power Plant at Ang Thong Industrial Estate

Environmental stewardship
Our projects


The company emphasizes preserving terrestrial life and biodiversity in alignment with the sustainable development philosophy to create a harmonious coexistence, with a strong commitment to safeguarding biodiversity assets. This dedication is reflected in the company's policy, which mandates comprehensive assessments of biodiversity in all aspects of business development and operations, and developing projects that align with these principles.
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Green Areas in Every Business Group “Big Tree Conservation Project” (Group Hashtag + S Story)
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Increase carbon sequestration areas
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Building awareness in doing business that keep biodiversity balance


The conservation of terrestrial biodiversity significantly impacts marine biodiversity. The company has therefore initiated various projects in business areas, both coastal areas and islands with high marine biodiversity. Information and knowledge have been applied in project development consistently and become a corporate value delivered to customers and stakeholders throughout business operations.
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SeeYouTomorrow project to save endangered marine animals,
11 out of
brown-banded bamboo sharks have been released to their natural habitat at Koh Mah, Krabi province.
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Support the Phi Phi Model project by collaborating with the Nopparat Thara – Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park to deliver
of boundary buoys and giant rope nets.
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“Building Big, Protecting Small” project for the sustainability of marine life, by safeguarding and protecting coral reefs, covering
5,736square meters area

Net Zero Pathway

The company announced its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% in line with the Paris Agreement/ COP21. It aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 and net-zero emissions by 2050. To achieve this, the company will focus on increasing the proper use of renewable and eco-friendly energy in all business sectors to reduce energy usage, efficiently manage energy resources, and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions which are the major cause of climate change.
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Expand clean energy usage in the hotel business with a total generating capacity of
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Expand the clean energy usage in the residential property business with a total generating capacity of
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Build the low-carbon industrial estate with a total generating capacity of


The company aims to minimize the impact of waste in construction and operations across all businesses. They follow the "Zero-waste to Landfill Zero-waste to Ocean" approach and employ the 4Rs: Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. This includes a focus on reducing single-use waste, planning efficient material usage for maximum lifecycle benefits, and collaborating with external organizations and contractors to ensure proper waste management. In the hotel business, the emphasis is on reducing food waste and achieving zero-plastic hotels.
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Residential property business, reduce construction waste of more than
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“Waste to Wealth” project to add value to the waste
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Joining forces with PARLEY, the global environmental organization