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Industrial Environment Improvement Drive in DSIIDC Delhi

World enviornment Day Celebration, delegates from DSIIDC, CETP Societies, Confederation od CETP Society along with GIZ team

June 5, 2017, Naraina CETP , Delhi

A plantation drive was organised on the occassion of World Enviornment Day 2017 at Naraina by GIZ along with their stakeholders in Delhi. The event was organised within the premises of Naraina CETP. Officials from Confederation of CETP Society Delhi, Mayapuri CETP Society, Naraina CETP Society, experts from Hydroplan (Consultant of GIZ) along with DSIIDC and GIZ participated in the event with great enthusiasm.

Chaired by Mr. Ajay Mittal, Chief Engineer DSIIDC, the inaugartion event started with a brief introduction to the Sustainable & Environment-friendly Industrial Production Project (SEIP) followed by a presentation highlighting the success of the Environment Improvement Drive 2016 in Patparganj Industrial Area resulting in the transformation of a junkyard into a beautifully designed and maintained garden. 

Mr. Sharat Kumar, SE DSIIDC introduced the history of World Enviornment Day to all present. He reiterated the fact that plantation itself is not enough, people should adopt the saplings and tend to them as well. Mr. Mittal , DSIIDC also shared his concerns about climate change and looked forward to a change in attitude in India for a better sustainable future. Mr. Neeraj Sehgal, Mayapuri Society and Mr. Tandon from Confederation Society and other participants from Naraina CETP socity and Mayapuri CETP society also shared their views and opinions.

The event drew to a close with plantation of saplings in the Naraina CETP premises and a vote of thanks from Mr. C Sripati, Technical Advisor, GIZ.

Welcome note from DSIIDC

Presentation of GIZ

Speech of Mr. Sharat Kumar, DSIIDC

Plantation event by DSIIDC, GIZ and CETP Societies

Plantation event by DSIIDC, GIZ and CETP Societies

Plantation event by GIZ and CETP Societies