New initiative to clean up the environment
About 9700 Kgs of garbage cleaned, more than 7200 tree saplings planted and about 13000 saplings distributed
July 28, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
In a showcase of civil society coming forward for the cause of saving the environment, employees and customers of easyday Market and easyday stores, owned and operated by Bharti Retail, volunteered to clean and green the areas around the stores as part of ‘Clean & Green Environment’ initiative in 30 cities across India.
These ‘Clean and Green’ activities are part of the “Store of the Community” initiative in states of New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Haryana, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. easyday employees and customers responded to an urgent need for all to support and incorporate best environmental practices in India and by undertaking this extensive program across India.
Commenting on the initiative Andrew Levermore, Chief Operating Officer, Bharti Retail said, “In yet another important initiative, Bharti Retail easyday market and easyday stores displayed their commitment to being ‘Stores of the Community.’ Our customers’ support and partnership on this greening and cleaning environment activity is very valuable as we both strive to make people live better by saving them money and saving the environment.”
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