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Are you aware about man­u­fac­tur­ing in an eco-friendly man­ner and as a com­pany have you taken some steps to pro­mote man­u­fac­tur­ing in sus­tain­able man­ner? What ma­jor steps have been taken by your com­pany to re­duce car­bon footr­pints and how suc­cess­ful you have

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Pol­lu­tion can oc­cur from any­thing, in our day to day life we are ham­per­ing the en­vi­ron­ment and in­dus­trial wastage and en­ergy in­take just adds up to that, I re­quest all my fel­low busi­ness­men to come for­ward for the cause and pledge to have an eco-friendly man­u­fac­tur­ing. In our com­pany we have CETP (Com­momn Ef­fle­unt Treat­ment Plant) to curve down the wa­ter pol­lu­tants and apart from that we are also keep­ing in mind that we use tech­nol­ogy that con­sumes less wa­ter and spreads less pol­lu­tion. H.K.L Magu, Jy­oti ap­par­els,okhla.

Those who are do­ing busi­ness sys­tem­at­i­cally know the need for com­pli­ance. It is our so­cial duty and moral re­spon­si­bil­ity to re­store the bal­ance of na­ture, our busi­ness is of dye­ing which con­sumes great amount of wa­ter and the re­main­ing is drained which fur­ther goes into river or ocean and if that pol­luted wa­ter is set free to flow without be­ing treated it pol­lutes the river and dam­ages the eco sys­tem. Hence we have in­stalled a plant that pre-treats the wa­ter be­fore drainage and we are fur­ther plan­ning to have a sys­tem in­stalled that would re­cy­cle the wa­ter so that it can be reused. I think this would save wa­ter and also cut down pol­lu­tion level. Our boil­ers too are ecofriendly which gen­er­ates min­i­mum amount of smoke, so far th­ese mea­sures have done well for our com­pany. Bha­gi­rath Chaud­hary, Neelka­nth ap­par­els pvt. Ltd.okhla

As a mat­ter of fact all ex­port houses are com­pletely com­pli­ant hence eco-friendly, for any­thing we ship we have to main­tain qual­ity so from raw ma­te­rial to end prod­uct ev­ery­thing is of great qual­ity so they cause less pol­lu­tion. In my com­pany we have en­sured tha, eco- friendly man­u­fac­tur­ing is not a trend but a pledge we abide by. Nawal Kishore akar, akar Over­seas

Our com­pany is 100% eco- friendly and we are into gar­ment man­u­fac­tur­ing. What­ever can cause the mi­nus­cule amount of pol­lu­tion we make sure it doesn’t, I be­lieve dye­ing in­dus­try causes most of the pol­lu­tion, and I have seen peo­ple us­ing wood fire for boiler as they pre­fer cheap pro­duc­tion over en­vi­ron­ment, I think we all should unite and take the re­spon­si­bil­ity to pro­mote eco- friendly man­u­fac­tur­ing Man­ish Chaud­hary, AVM Fash­ion, Kolkata

The small scale in­dus­try is less aware of the poli­cies and fa­cil­i­ties pro­vided by gov­ern­ment. How­ever, we are try­ing to im­ple­ment the best ways to save en­vi­ron­ment. In my opin­ion the best way to cut down car­bon foot­print is to in­stall so­lar plant which every­one can’t af­ford as it is com­par­a­tively ex­pen­sive. We have fu­ture plans to in­stall so­lar plant at my fac­tory, but the loan pro­ce­dure is again te­dious and com­pli­cated so I think gov­ern­ment should be more help­ful to­wards it and the in­dus­try should also be more re­spon­si­ble to­wards the en­vi­ron­ment Gauri Shankar, G.S. woollen mills, Lud­hi­ana

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