Amata management and staff recently participated in a public event to restock the Dok Krai Water Reservoir in Rayong, joining more than 250 volunteers from public and private organizations and local communities. An estimated 300,000 fish of several species were released.
Also participating in the event was the Director of the The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) office at Amata City Rayong, Apichart Sektheera.
The activity was part of the Dok Krai Reservoir Fisheries Resource Management Group’s Project for Sustainable Water Conservation. It was supported by Rayong’s Provincial Fisheries Office. Conservation of natural watersheds is a component of Amata’s sustainability agenda.