We achieve sustainability through 3 foundational pillars (our 3 P’s):
our highest priorities.
TES recognizes the co-dependant relationship between humans and the natural environment. We understand that enterprise and social progress cannot be sustained by environmental degradation and only responsible consumption and production can sustain a better tomorrow. By minimizing the use of scarce and valuable materials TES preserves the natural environment, and in turn preserves the health and well-being of humans.
TES acknowledges the significant role it plays in providing economic value recovery for customers within a diverse, inclusive and sustainable workplace. The TES family is committed to developing and supporting lasting enterprise, knowing their company and the work they do is sustaining a better tomorrow.
Our mission is to make a decade of difference
To securely, safely and sustainably transform and re-purpose...
1 billion kgs
We work with large companies and people who consider their impact on the environment
Every single new employee at TES is trained on our Code of Conduct and other core TES policies. Last year, we delivered 11,167 hours of internal training to ensure we exceed governance requirements and continue to build our culture of sustainability at TES.
We’re ideally placed to work with large enterprises who understand sustainability initiatives start from the ground up. It’s not about corporate karma; it’s about making sure we collectively make a lasting change.
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By leveraging the circular economy, we deliver bottom line and environmental benefits
TES was able to manage all of the reverse logistics for a multinational client, including the collection, testing, data sanitization, disposition and value recovery of 90,000 assets; all within a 12-month period.
DTAC is already one of the leading mobile communication service providers in Thailand, but with TES by its side, it's now trailblazing to a new environmental benchmark... zero landfill by 2022.
To learn more about what we’re doing with greenhouse gas emissions, renewable energy, waste, health and safety, circular innovation and other areas, get in touch
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