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Danone-AQUA, IPB, and PT Oriplast Develop Innovative Infiltration Wells as One of the Solutions for Handling Plastic Waste and Water Conservation in Indonesia

Published on 3 November 2020

Danone-AQUA in collaboration with the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) and PT Oriplast presents an innovation for non-economical plastic recycling solutions as well as water conservation efforts in the form of a Knock-Down Plastic Wise Infiltration Well. The infiltration well functions to absorb water, prevent water from running off which has the potential to cause flooding, as well as groundwater reserves. Wise plastic infiltration wells are made of non-economic plastics, or types of plastics with low economic value such as black crackle, multilayer plastic packaging, diapers, and aluminum foil

Danone-AQUA has confirmed its commitment to be a pioneer in supporting the settlement of plastic packaging waste in Indonesia since 2018 through the #BijakBerplastik movement. This effort is realized through three important commitments, namely collecting more plastic packaging than is produced, educating 100 million consumers, and developing plastic packaging innovations to achieve 100% packaging that can be recycled, reused, or made compost by 2025.

Vera Galuh Soegijanto, VP General Secretary of Danone Indonesia, said that Danone-AQUA continues to encourage innovative collaborations to contribute to supporting the government in overcoming the problem of plastic waste and the sustainability of water resources in Indonesia. “In line with the vision of Danone, One Planet One Health, and a company that gives goodness to nature, we believe that healthy hydration will come from a healthy and sustainable environment. As part of the #BijakBerplastik movement that we have initiated since last 2018, this time Danone-AQUA encourages the realization of a collaboration between IPB and PT Oriplast to present an innovation of the Bijak Berplastik infiltration well as a solution to the challenge of the issue of non-economic plastic recycling as well as water conservation efforts, "said Vera Galuh Soegijanto.

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AXA Mandiri Strengthens Business Processes and Information Technology

Published on 3 November 2020

PT AXA Mandiri Financial Services (AXA Mandiri) strengthens service infrastructure and business processes in the face of the dynamics of the national economy, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. In carrying out business processes, AXA Mandiri sets high standards, one of which is to equip marketers with thorough knowledge of the product and a series of processes that must be passed, before they can finally help customers plan their long-term protection. According to AXA Mandiri Compliance Director Rudy Kamdani, one of the ways to ensure the quality of marketers is the No Pass No Sell method, where marketers are required to attend training and pass tests, before being able to market the newly launched insurance product. "In addition, we also continue to improve their capabilities, not only related to product understanding, but also soft skills that will help enrich their individual qualities. In addition, the company's information technology system will also be improved, and it is hoped that it can improve service quality to customers and sales of AXA Mandiri policies, "added Rudy.

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