Some of the significant activities includes adopting of the Tanjong Pagar RICOH Park in 2005, and the Marina Reservoir in 2014, the Butterfly Trail @ Orchard project in 2010, and participated in annual tree-planting activities in conjunction with the Clean and Green Singapore movement. To date, over 3,000 tree samplings have been planted since 2005.
Ricoh Asia Pacific is also the pioneer and organizer who initiated an annual Eco Action Day campaign in Singapore in 2007 to commemorate the World Environment Day. In its 10th year this year, Ricoh have rallied over 800 organisations to take positive actions to reduce environmental impact.
While there is a cross culture barrier to reach out to the Japanese community in Singapore, Ricoh Asia Pacific took the lead to engage the local Japanese community by producing Japanese Marina Barrage brochure, PUB World Water Day posters and Sustainable Singapore Blueprint storybooks.
All these commendable environmental sustainability efforts in Singapore has indeed strengthen Ricoh Asia Pacific’s position as an environmentally friendly organisation who constantly strived to and has contributed significantly in the Sustainable Singapore Blueprint’s theme: A Leading Green Economy.
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