Nippon Paint donates over 1,000 litres of anti-viral paint to Sungai Buloh Hospital

PETALING JAYA (Oct 14): Coatings provider Nippon Paint Malaysia has contributed over 1,000 litres of its first antiviral and anti-bacterial paint, Nippon Paint VirusGuard, to Sungai Buloh Hospital in appreciation of the frontliners’ dedication and efforts to fighting Covid-19.

This comes under the #RuangSelamat initiative which is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts to create a safer indoor environment for all. It is also to keep the frontliners safe, who are facing the highest risks as they continue to save lives and help keep the nation safe.

Nippon Paint Malaysia assistant general manager of marketing Datin Wong Meng Lee said that our frontliners are at the forefront of ensuring the health and safety of our community and as such, Nippon Paint expresses their utmost gratitude for their selfless efforts, particularly during this challenging time.

“As part of Nippon Paint’s wellness journey, we have continuously recognised the importance of creating a safe environment at all times through uplifting of spaces and elevating their safety by providing them with the right coating solutions. 

“With this in mind, aside from remaining vigilant and adhering to health and safety SOPs, we want to emphasise to all Malaysians on the importance of maintaining a healthy level of indoor wellness through this #RuangSelamat initiative,” Wong added.

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