It has been almost a year since the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic has occurred in Indonesia. Various parties and agencies have made various efforts to deal with prevention. Likewise with Rucika together with the Royal Kitchen Sink who also supports BUMD Surabaya in proclaiming health care by washing hands using clean water that flows into portable kitchen sinks at various locations in the Surabaya Zoo.
On December 3, 2020, Rucika together with Royal Kitchen Sink again supported anticipating the spread of the coronavirus by actively participating in providing Rucika Standard PVC pipe installed in a portable sink, at the Surabaya Zoo which was back in operation last July.
Symbolically, 4 sink units complete with Rucika pipes as clean water channels were given by Mr. Sanny Sugijanto as Regional Sales Manager of Superex as representatives of PT Wahana Duta Jaya Rucika along with Bpk. Anas Karno as Deputy Chairman of Commission B for the Economy and Finance of the City Council of Surabaya to Drs. Chairul Anwar, M.AP as the President Director of the Surabaya Zoo. The event, which was carried out according to health protocols by keeping a distance and wearing masks, was attended by only a few representatives from both parties.
Until now, the coronavirus is still the main concern of people in Indonesia, the number of business places that have to go out of business or temporarily close, affecting the decline in income. Having to stay at home is still a top priority for maintaining the health of oneself and one’s family. However, activities outside the home can still be carried out with due observance of health protocols.
As time goes by, people who support each other far from home just look stronger than usual, not only that, lately the support for several tourist attractions that are quieter than usual, including the Surabaya Zoo (KBS), has slowly begun visits from the community.
Since it has been operated again by carrying out various health protocols in the KBS area such as temperature detection for each visitor at the entrance, the use of hand sanitizers and spraying disinfectants regularly, as well as washing hands from running water. Rucika, together with the Royal Kitchen Sink, have supported Government activities since the beginning of the pandemic by providing more than 1,500 portable sinks in various cities in Indonesia, this time supporting KBS by providing more than 20 portable sinks in several points in the KBS area so that visitors can keep their health and hygiene. flowing water.
This activity is not the first time for Rucika, which is the largest producer of PVC piping systems in Indonesia, to support the movement to maintain cleanliness and health through portable sink assemblies in collaboration with Royal Kitchen Sink. Previously, sinks had been scattered in various locations of public facilities in Surabaya, Medan, Jakarta, Tasikmalaya, NTT, etc.
“We are grateful for the support from Rucika and Royal Kitchen to the Surabaya Zoo, which is a form of concern in maintaining public health during this pandemic, considering the Surabaya Zoo is one of the favorite destinations in the city of Surabaya,” said Drs. Chairul Anwar, M.AP in his remarks. Rucika hoped that it would be easy to find access to washing hands in the Surabaya Zoo area, the people who visited would keep on guarding themselves by always washing their hands regularly while being entertained by the well-cared-for in Surabaya.