PT DAHANA handed over sanitary support equipment which come in 50 trash cans to Subang District Military Command 0605. This is a form of the company’s support for environmental sanitary in Subang Regency, especially in the Kodim 0605 Subang area. This sanitary equipment was handed over directly by the Head of DAHANA’s Social and Environmental Responsibility (SER) Unit, Eman Suherman to Hernawan, Intelligence Section Head of Subang Military District 0605 at the military post on Friday, 28 July 2023.

Mr Suherman said that this sanitary equipment is a form of synergy and collaboration among institutions to maintain a common clean environment. It is in line with the Company’s commitment through its SER program for education, economic development, health, and a sustainable environment.

“The supply of trash cans is a form of the Company’s commitment to the environment and a gesture for actualization of the collaboration values contained in AKHLAK’s core values. We hope that this assistance will be well received and utilized as much as possible by the Subang District Military Command 0605,” said Mr Suherman.

Mr Suherman also explained that DAHANA’s SER is a corporate unit that is proactive in inter-institutional collaboration programs, including in carrying out the Pentahelix program which involves DAHANA as a company with educational institutions, the government, and the community.

DAHANA believes that under more and more collaborative networks, efforts to advance society will be easier for development of the environmental, education, health, and acceleration of community economic which supports the Company’s commitment to progress and develop with the surrounding community.

As for the environmental sector, DAHANA uses the principles of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Apart from providing trash cans, previously DAHANA was also involved in planting mangrove trees on the north coast of Subang, planting productive trees on city streets, and supply of palm trees to Subang farmers.

“We hope that the efforts made by DAHANA’s SER unit can trigger inspiration within the wider community to pay attention to the environment. By protecting the environment we can minimize the disaster potentials such as floods, landfills and diseases that accompany them. In addition, a clean and beautiful environment can also improve public health and ultimately increase productivity,” concluded Mr Suherman.