Thai Union Sets Up Zero Discharge System at Facilities in Samut Sakhon

Thai Union Group PCL. kicked off its Zero Discharge project at its fish plant in Samut Sakhon, Thailand, as part of a commitment to ensure no factory wastewater is released into the environment. The wastewater management system was started this month as a pilot project for five of Thai Union’s factories in Thailand and Seychelles, as part of the Company’s SeaChange® 2030 sustainability commitment to best-in-class manufacturing, which includes targets for the 100 percent elimination of food waste, waste to landfill and water discharge by 2030. The fish plant in Samut Sakhon is the first of Thai Union’s factory’s to achieve 100 percent wastewater treatment.


From left to right: Silpachai Phuvaseth, Managing Director – Pakfood PCL., and Okeanos plant; Suthidej Amornkasemwong, Managing Director – Thai Union Fish Plant, Thai Union Group PCL.; Shue Chung Chan, Group Director – Corporate Office, Thai Union Group PCL.; Thiraphong Chansiri, CEO – Thai Union Group PCL.; Nakorn Niruttinanon, Chief Operating Officer – i-Tail Corporation PCL.; Adam Brennan, Chief Sustainability Officer, Thai Union Group PCL.