Fourth Mangrove Tree Planting
On August 24, 2018, PT Bekasi Fajar Industrial Estate Tbk. (BeFa) conducted mangrove planting activities as a follow-up to activities in 2015. These activities, which rehabilitated the environment in the fishponds and surrounding areas, were carried out in the synergy between BeFa and PT Megalopolis Manunggal Industrial Development (MMID) through MM2100 Cares, with the participation of the following tenants from MM2100 industrial Township:
- PT Bekasi Fajar Industrial Estate Tbk.
- PT Megalopolis Manunggal I.D
- PT Asahi Best Base Indonesia
- PT Rhythm Kyoshin Indonesia
- PT FDK Indonesia
- PT Mandom Indonesia Tbk.
- PT Sumitomo Wintec Electric Indonesia
- PT JOTUN Indonesia
- PT Posmi Steel Indonesia
- PT Nusa Toyotetsu Corporation
- PT MMC Metal Fabrication
- PT Emsonic Indonesia
- PT Trouw Nutrition Indonesia
- PT Kayaba Indonesia
- PT Shei Tai Industrial
- Lotte Grosie
- PT Essar Indonesia
- PT Indonesia Caps and Closures
- PT JX Nippon Oil & Energy Lubricants Indonesia
Around 13,000 mangrove trees were planted in Pantai Bahagia Village, Muara Gembong District, Bekasi. This activity was carried out in collaboration between the Forum Pencinta Alam Kawasan Industri (“Forum for Industrial Estate Nature Lovers” or FPAKI), MM2100 and the #Savemugo Muara Gembong Movement.
The priority is currently mangrove planting at the mouth of the river, given the existing threat of coastal abrasion, the benefits of mangrove forests for the environment and life there, among others as a refuge and spawning ground for shrimp and fish, and to absorb greenhouse gas emissions.
With the recent mangrove planting, it is expected that other CSR programs such as education, social, health and community will be carried out together through MM2100 Cares with tenants in MM2100 Industrial Estate and other companies / institutions, to provide better results either directly or indirectly to the community segments that need assistance.
The program collaboration with various parties concerned with the sustainability of the Bekasi coastal ecosystem in and its surroundings is also expected to continue.