CSR: Ambuja Cement joins hands with BCCI on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
CSR: Ambuja Cement joins hands with BCCI on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan – Ambuja Cement Ltd is a brand that has consistently displayed strength. Its developments have stretched out in manufacturing products for buyers towards better approaches to make a stronger and greener planet. As a feature of the worldwide concrete major LafargeHolcim, Ambuja is focused on the Net Zero vision of the Group. Positioned fifth in the Global Dow Jones Sustainability Index and multiple times water positive, its most recent green activity is to the collecting and management of waste, during the T20 Series, in Ahmedabad which started on 12th March at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
As true accomplices of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Ambuja Cement, upheld by Geocycle, the waste administration arrangements unit of LafargeHolcim, will complete this cleaning up activity from March 12-March 20, 2021 after the matches.
India is setting new benchmarks in natural neatness through Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. We, at Ambuja Cement are focused on dealing with our own waste. Our coordinated effort with BCCI, presents to us a bit nearer to building a cleaner future. Our waste administration division, Geocycle has taken numerous activities in past to help India arrive at its driven objectives on climate, said, Neeraj Akhoury, CEO LafargeHolcim India, and Managing Director and CEO, Ambuja Cements Limited. The 5-match arrangement at the world’s biggest cricket arena will make 3-4 tons of waste and around 1 ton of single-utilize plastic. Empowering a round economy model, the gathered waste will be re-purposed and securely oversaw through co-handling in the concrete oven at the Ambujanagar plant in Gujarat.
This innovation is perceived all around the world and is probably the most secure strategy for managing waste, By supporting Ambuja Cements with its ability and data, Geocycle is driving the path in making our planet a better place for future generations.
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