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Natural disasters are happening more often and they are becoming increasingly more devastating. This was clearly seen during the recent Turkey earthquake that happened on February 6, 2023, where a large number of people have lost their lives and the death toll is still rising. The earthquake has caused a lot of damage to homes and buildings, leaving many people buried under the rubble and thousands in urgent need of help.
Climate experts have stated that the current increase in natural disasters is directly linked to global warming. Scientists have warned that we need to act immediately to reduce global temperatures, in order to avoid even more devastating events in the future. As global warming poses severe threats to life on Earth, it is crucial that we take action immediately. This will require collaboration between consumers and businesses to address the issue together.
Businesses and the environment have a two-way relationship, with each affecting the other. Companies need natural resources to create products and services, but this can lead to activities that harm the environment, such as using up water, creating waste, and releasing greenhouse gasses. All of these activities have a negative impact on the environment.
As a textile company that has been operating for over 30 years, Thai Taffeta has a strong commitment to sustainability and being environmentally friendly. Our mission is to create products that are in harmony with environmental friendly, such as reducing power consumption and using eco-friendly technology.
Recycling process is one of the ways we are trying to be more sustainable. By choosing environmentally friendly materials and still making sure our end products meet customers' needs, We are trying to minimize our impact on the environment. This commitment not only helps reduce the damage done to the environment, but it also encourages cooperation between businesses and consumers and shows the company's responsibility to society and the environment.
It's important to remember that our lives have an impact on the environment, and businesses and the government must take action quickly to prevent further damage. The global warming crisis is happening, and we cannot afford to take risks anymore. If we don't act now, the damage may be irreversible.