Conservation of Natural Environment

Coral Reef Transplant Project (Indonesia)

PT. Epson Batam (PEB) has been helping to back a coral transplant project on Abang Island since 2015 to preserve biodiversity. The project, which involves people from Indonesia's fishing and tourist industries as well as government and NGOs, is growing coral reefs (coral gardens) by transplanting about 500 coral fragments every year over a gradually larger area. Residents of Abang Island are hopeful that the transplanted coral can improve the environment for fish and increase their numbers.
Activities were limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but PEB employees themselves dove under the sea to check coral growth.

Beautifi cation Activities (Global)

Epson employees around the world participate in local cleanup activities to keep our communities looking nice and to foster a spirit of communityvolunteerism and activism.

Started in 1992, employees of Epson Portland Inc. (U.S.) volunteer their time to pick up garbage several times a year along a section of U.S. Highway 26,which runs just north of the company.

PT. Epson Batam (Indonesia) participated in the National Waste Care Activity in March 2019. This activity was conducted in response to a call fromadministrative agencies such as Batam's Ministry of Environment. At the coast of Tanjung Uma, 13 employees picked up plastics and organic waste,which they then delivered to a recycling facility.

Highway clean-up
The Tanjung Uma coast before
The Tanjung Uma coast after