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Woodland plans to go green, ties-up with a German company

Woodland has announced that it has tied-up with a German design firm for converting its outlets into eco-friendly stores under a Rs 100-crore deal.


February 08, 2010  |  comments ( 0 )  | 
Woodland plans to go green, ties-up with a German company

Woodland has announced that it has tied-up with a German design firm for converting its outlets into eco-friendly stores under a Rs 100-crore deal.    The company also said it has started using German made dyes and chemicals for its products as part of the green campaign and will be setting up special treatment plants in all its 10 plants for recycling waste water.    “The Rs 100-crore contract with the Germany-based Huberland will give a new look to 10 of our flagship outlets within a year. This will involve furnishing the stores with re-usable furniture and other recyclable matters, besides having devices for use of wind and solar energy,” said Mr Hrikrat Singh, Managing Director, Woodlan


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