KITACYCLE’S MISSION TO PRESERVE NATURE WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES

by Danial Siah
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On the 27 November 2021, KITACycle by IOI Properties Group Berhad launch was graced by YB Tuan Ng Sze Han, Selangor State Exco – Local Government & Public Transport and State Assemblyman for Kinrara in Puchong; Dato’ Voon Tin Yow, IOIPG Chief Executive Officer; and YDH TPr Puan Hajah Noraini binti Haji Roslan and Datuk Bandar Majlis Bandaraya Subang Jaya.

Also present were Lee Yoke Har, IOIPG Executive Director; Teh Chin Guan, IOIPG Chief Operating Officer (Property Development – Central Region); Chris Chong, IOIPG Senior General Manager (Mall Operations); Dylan Chan, IOI Mall Puchong General Manager; and Kristine Ng, IOIPG General Manager, Group Corporate Communication & Sustainability.

KITACycle acts as a weigh-and-pay system that offers cash for recyclables with an aim to encourage waste segregation and recycling practices amongst the Puchong community.

Dato’ Voon stated that the KITACycle by IOIPG has a vision that was guided by Trusted as they prioritize the safeguarding of the environment and the building of sustainable communities. He added that, “This KITACycle waste recycle collection center is in line with our vision and our missions. Hence, we work with our business partners to encourage recycling within the mall and we continuously educate our community on waste segregation, further directing waste from landfill and preventing pollution of our oceans.”

Dylan Chan said, “KITACycle aims to encourage recycling amongst the 250 over tenants in IOI Mall Puchong as well as reaching out to the Puchong community to create awareness on the benefits of recycling and how it is able to reduce our carbon footprint.”

To make it convenient for the local communities, KITACycle will be located within IOI Mall Puchong on the ground floor near Carnival Court with easy access from the open car park via the West Entrance as it will be easy for drive-through and drop-off experience.

IOI Properties Group believes that collaborations from various business partners, tenants, and the local authorities would create a significant impact in the mitigation of climate change. Hence why, they will be putting maximum effort in attempting to work closely with the local authorities and creating social media activities to attract the local communities and continuously raise awareness about the culture of recycling.

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