Our approach to corporate responsibility is based on the philosophy of mutual advantage for both country and company
Tobago’s world-renown coral reefs are to be the subject of an extensive Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) initiative to determine the most effective strategies to rehabilitate and strengthen the endangered ecological wonder.
This initiative will allow the selected NGOs and CBOs to provide food, medication and other essential supplies to those who are unable to access the government’s social relief programmes, including the self-employed, single-parent homes, migrants, and residential homes providing shelter for the elderly, disabled or socially displaced. Emphasis will also be placed on establishing food banks during this period of uncertainty so that women and children, most often disproportionately affected by crises, can have faster access to these services.
Investment in education is essential for facilitating the sustainable long-term development of Trinidad and Tobago
BPTT’s Aspiration calls on our organization to be involved in the development of everyone in Trinidad and Tobago.
Trinidad and Tobago is known worldwide for its unique culture and many indigenous instruments and art forms. BPTT enjoys playing a keen role in the advancement of these cultural traditions
BPTT operates under the principle of ‘no damage to the environment’ through our operations.