TTW with the Provincial Waterworks Authority, Samut Sakhon Branch support for tap water and drinking water for consumption and ready to send encouragement to the people of Samut Sakhon
28 January 2021
28 January 2021 – TTW Public Limited Company with Provincial Waterworks Authority, Samut Sakhon Branch support for tap water and 3,000 bottles of drinking water to Center for the Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), Ministry of Interior and send an encourage to the people of Samut Sakhon to get through the COVID-19 epidemic crisis
By Mr. Chatchawan Tianprasert, Acting Customer Relationship Management Director and Mr. Paitoon Pongrod, Manager of Provincial Waterworks Authority, Samut Sakhon Branch represent to consign tap water in the amount of 100 cubic meters per day for a period of 3 months from 1 January - 31 March 2021 and 3,000 TTW bottles of drinking water to Center for the Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the front and the field hospital or Sakorn care center. To support patients infected with the Covid-19 virus in Samut Sakhon Province.
From the situation of a new outbreak of COVID-19 in Samut Sakhon Province as a result, the number of people infected with COVID-19 has increased. The company realizes the importance of supporting and helping in tap water which are necessary for treatment and consumption for both patients and local medical agencies to ensure disease control.
In addition, TTW Pucblic Limited Company has supported alcohol cleaning gels to Provincial Waterworks Authority, Samut Sakhon Branch and Om Noi Branch, which is in the area of Samut Sakhon Province, each unit of 5 gallons with a capacity of 20 liters per unit in order to respond to the policy to prevent the risk from COVID-19 and to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID disease. -19 to PWA in the Company's service area.
TTW would be a part of delivering support and assistance in public health, medical and necessary items for medical personnel and ready to support the people of Samut Sakhon get through the COVID-19 epidemic crisis.