Message from the Managing Director

The year 2021 is marked as the year of the pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), including the COVID-19 mutation, is also affecting people, economy, and society widely. However, the Company focuses on driving its business toward sustainability to serve the upcoming change to achieve the vision “Thailand’s Leading Company in Water, Energy and Eco-Friendly Businesses” with determination “Delivering Quality of Water and Quality of Life for a Sustainable Future” to create sustainable economic and social values while growing alongside the country's economy.

“We focus on improving the business operations responsibly in terms of Economy, Society, and Environment, along with good governance for the delivering “Quality of Water and Quality of Life” for a sustainable future”

The Company has established the direction and concept of corporate sustainability development in accordance with the context and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) according to the principles of the United Nations (UN), by adhering to environmental stewardship, social responsibility and governance in accordance with the framework of sustainability (Environmental, Social, and Governance: ESG), taking in to account the benefits of stakeholders both inside and outside the organization equally.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic is a great challenge, climate change is becoming more intense throughout 2021. Therefore, the Company has stipulated the goals to reduce the electricity conservation and the amount of GHG emission per product unit (Scope 2) at least 0.05% per year, in order to support the global average temperature control of not exceeding 1.5 Degrees Celsius under the Paris Agreement, which is in the process of developing a plan to reduce GHG emissions directly from production processes (Scope 1). In addition, global warming also causes biodiversity loss, affecting saltwater encroaching on freshwater over a longer period of time, the problem of raw water shortage is linked to the allocation of water resources between different watershed areas. The incidents require the Company to review policies and adjust operational strategies, including integrated coordination from relevant sectors to address problems at source, especially government sectors, the agencies responsible for the production of tap water and the people who are water users. Therefore, it requires the comprehension and cooperation of various sectors to solving problems systematically, so that the chosen approach can truly lead to the solution of the problem as well as the business continuity management.

On behalf of TTW Public Company Limited, we would like to thank stakeholders for your trustworthiness and participation in the development and support of the operation. We focus on improving the business operations responsibly in terms of Economy, Society, and Environment, along with good governance for the delivering “Quality of Water and Quality of Life” for a sustainable future.

Walainut Trivisvavet
Managing Director