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PTAN Employees Participate in Cleanliness Campaign in Toba

Employees of PT Aqua Farm Nusantara (PTAN) took part in a cleanliness campaign initiated by the government in Tigaraja Village, Girsan Sipangan Bolon Subdistrict, Simalungun Regency, on Friday, November 8.

“We support and actively participate in this important cleanliness program to ensure that our village is clean and healthy,” said Vera Ambarita, Human Resources Manager of PT Aqua Farm Nusantara for the Ajibata Office. “As local residents, we have a responsibility to maintain a clean and tidy environment not only for ourselves but also for the tourists who visit the Lake Toba tourist area,” added Vera Ambarita, who was born and raised in the Toba region. “We have 600 employees working in Ajibata and the surrounding areas, and most of them are recruited from the neighboring villages,” Vera said.

She further mentioned that this activity is in line with the sustainability commitment of KAMI PEDULI, particularly in terms of environmental and community programs, including health and education initiatives.

“We collaborate with the local government to support infrastructure improvement and healthcare services for the community,” explained Vera.

PT Aqua Farm Nusantara is a responsible aquaculture and fish processing company headquartered in Medan. The company’s primary product is Naturally Better Tilapia, a high-quality fish produced for both the domestic and export markets.

PTAN operates in North Sumatra and Central Java, employing approximately 4,000 individuals, most of whom are recruited from the surrounding villages. PTAN implements the KAMI PEDULI Sustainability Program, the world’s first integrated sustainability program in the field of aquaculture specifically for Tilapia, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.