PT Pabrik Kertas Indonesia (PAKERIN) Contributes to Electricity Provision in Surrounding Villages

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Since 1993, PT Pabrik Kertas Indonesia (PAKERIN) has demonstrated its commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) by providing electricity to nearby villages. This initiative aims to install quality lighting at 410 locations, including roads, village halls, places of worship, and schools.

To support sustainable development in the community, PT Pabrik Kertas Indonesia (PAKERIN) has collaborated with local governments and communities. This project signifies a tangible step towards benefiting the surrounding community and positively contributing to regional public infrastructure development.

“As a long-standing company in this area, we consider it crucial to enhance the local quality of life. This lighting project clearly embodies our dedication to fulfilling our social responsibility as part of our sustainability endeavors,” noted David Kurniawan, CEO of PT Pabrik Kertas Indonesia.

The lighting project, involving 410 light points and fixtures, has been installed in villages adjacent to the factory. This infrastructure development is expected to have a noteworthy positive impact, including promoting economic growth and enhancing safety and comfort in the area.

Beyond its immediate community benefits, this project underscores PT Pabrik Kertas Indonesia’s (PAKERIN) commitment to aiding the government’s pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The project contributes to SDG 7 concerning Clean and Affordable Energy, as well as SDG 11 focused on Sustainable Cities and Communities.

This lighting project is part of a broader CSR program undertaken by PT Pabrik Kertas Indonesia (PAKERIN), which also encompasses initiatives like community empowerment, education, job training, and environmental protection. In executing CSR initiatives, PT Pabrik Kertas Indonesia (PAKERIN) prioritizes transparency, participation, and active engagement of the local community to ensure positive and enduring impacts from these activities.

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