Making a difference

Our planet, Our business

Providing the energy and chemical products the world relies on is our business. So is protecting and preserving our natural environment for future generations. As our business operations expand, so do the initiatives we undertake to ensure we leave an enduring legacy of protecting the planet we all inhabit.


Multi-use Plastic Food Tray Program

In partnership with Seoul Metropolitan Government and key stakeholder organizations based in Seoul, Aramco Korea launched Multi-use Plastic Food Tray Program with an aim of enhancing the awareness of Seoul's residents and sports enthusiasts on the importance of responsible and ecofriendly plastic usage. We expect the program is instrumental in reducing 24 tons of plastic waste annually at the baseball stadium.

By introducing reusable plastic food trays at Jamsil Baseball Stadium, we are not just reducing waste; we’re inviting hundreds of thousands of fans to join us in making a conscious choice for the environment.

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Plastic Recycling Program

The Plastic Recycling Program is a citizenship initiative that Aramco Korea supports to elevate Ulsan citizens’ awareness on the importance of plastic recycling, in partnership with Ulsan Metropolitan City and the Ulsan Metropolitan Council on Social Welfare (UMCSW).

Administered by UMCSW, a charitable organization in Ulsan, the program installed 53 eco-friendly recycled chairs and benches by blending high-strength concrete and around 28 tons of used plastic collected by Ulsan citizens and 50-plus welfare organizations through a five-month-long plastic recycling campaign.

The chairs and benches are to be installed at Taehwagang National Garden, Korea’s one of two national gardens attracting 5 million annual visitors.