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PT Timah Plants 4,600 Mangrove Seeds on Berlaut Beach

West Bangka District Administration applauds PT Timah for its contribution and benefits to the coastal community of Berlaut Village. May the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Fund continue and ensure its success in the future

Mentok, Bangka Belitung Island (ANTARA) – PT Timah Tbk, a state-owned tin mining company, has planted 4,600 mangrove seeds on the Belarout Beach in Bangka Belitung Island Regency as part of its commitment to environmental protection.

PT Timah Tbk worked with the West Bangka District Leadership Communication Forum (Forkopimda) and local residents to plant mangrove seeds.

The mangrove planting movement is expected to make the public aware of the need to love and restore the environment as before.

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Mangroves play an important role in protecting coastal ecosystems. Mangroves act as abrasion barriers and serve as habitats for fish, shrimp, crabs, and other marine life.

“West Bangka District Administration commends PT Timah for its contribution and benefits to the coastal community of Berlaut Village. ensure that,” he said.

General manager of PT Timah Tbk, Ahmad Syamhadi, said the company’s existence cannot be separated from the dynamics of Bangka Belitung as a tin export hub, especially in the West Bank.

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“As a corporate mandate, (PT Timah Tbk) has planted mangrove trees with a positive impact in mind. Today we have planted 4,600 mangrove seeds on the Belorot beach,” he said. rice field.

The activity, which is part of the company’s commitment to environmental conservation, has produced good results so far and will continue and improve in the future, he said.

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