corporate social responsibility

“TAP always conducts its business as a good corporate citizen, and is fully aware of our roles and responsibilities to the community, society and country. We adhere strictly to local regulations and support various activities and projects that benefit the public and lead to sustainable development. TAP’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, categorized under 3 pillars, are as follows”

proud to be green

proud to be green

TAP gives precedence to preserving nature, saving energy and managing leftover materials by implementing a “Water for Life” project. The project involves a research on improving the efficiency of our brewery’s wastewater treatment following the Royal Initiative of His Majesty the King’s nature-by-nature conservation approach, in collaboration with The King’s Royally-Initiated Laem Phak Bia Environmental Research and Development Project, Kasetsart University. The project also includes a research on the efficacy of using wastewater sludge as organic fertilizers.

Numjai Thai Asia

Numjai Thai Asia

An ideal society is one where people can live in decent, environment-friendly and safe communities that are supported and managed by qualified human resources. TAP emphasizes on every aspect particularly on human resources development. Many educational support activities have been initiated including the Namjai Thai Asia Scholarship which supports higher education, English training, the Namjai Thai Asia Library, book donations, and school renovations.

Drink Responsibly

Drink Responsibly

TAP runs a "Drink Responsibly" campaign to promote responsible drinking by actively informing and encouraging people not to drive if they are under the influence of alcohol as well as discouraging underage drinking. The "Drink Responsibly" campaign has continuously been implemented through various different activities, for example, providing on-site alcohol testing services at major nightspot areas such as RCA, Thonglor and Sukhumvit, and co-operating with government agencies such as the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) in the "Don’t Drive Drunk", a project that offers people who drink to call for cab services to send them home by dialing the 1555 hotline. TAP also promotes the "Drink Don’t Drive" campaign in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai provinces during the festive seasons including the Songkran festival and New Year holidays.

To discourage underage drinking, TAP has joined hands with the Excise Department, Bangkapi District Office, the Thai Retailers Association, and Thailand Foundation of Responsible Drinking to promote the "Underage Drinking Campaign" and create awareness among retailers that selling alcohol beverage to young people under 20 years of age is prohibited.