Hylife Developments and Dr. Hygiene Medical Products supported the community forest fire protection unit by providing bottled water and KN95 masks

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Hylife Developments, together with Dr. Hygiene Medical Products, supported the mission of "firebreak construction and community wildfire protection" by the Chiang Mai Breathe Council.

 

 (Ms. Pheeraya Wongsaranuchit, Group CMO of Hylife Developments)

 

(Ms. Nuttaporn Kwankong, Sales & Marketing Manager of Dr. Hygiene Medical Products)

 

Ms. Pheeraya Wongsaranuchit Group CMO of Hylife Developments, and Ms. Nuttaporn Kwankong, Sales & Marketing Manager of Dr. Hygiene Medical Products, along with their staff, were the representatives of the companies to support 70 packs of bottled water and 500 pieces of KN95 masks for PM2.5 prevention to the "Project for Doi Suthep" organized by the Chiang Mai Breathe Council, which had Mr. Krit Thamsamai as the representative to obtain all necessary items. They will be provided to the community forest fire protection unit around Doi Suthep, who is preparing the mission.

 

 

Since Thailand officially entered winter, the weather has been very dry recently, which was the reason for the wildfires, particularly in the north. GISTDA stated that, on January 29, 2023, Thailand had 771 hotspots, including those in neighboring countries: 1,996 in Cambodia, 683 in Laos, 647 in Myanmar, 384 in Vietnam, and 1 in Malaysia, which was able to lead the PM2.5 issue that exceeds the standard in Thailand. However, the public should be aware of PM2.5 which might cause health problems by reducing outdoor activities, and using protective equipment if necessary.

 

  

In this regard, the executives and employees of Hylife Developments and Dr. Hygiene Medical Products would like to be a part of the community in preventing wildfires and smog to maintain the quality of life and well-being of the Chiang Mai community.

 

 

To support the project, please provide food or beverage through the Chiang Mai Breathe Council by contacting Mr.Krit (P. 095-676-1873) or Facebook: @breathcouncil.org

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