he award was presented by Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Government of India
Grasim Cellulosic Division (GCD), Vilayat has won the prestigious CII-ITC Award for Excellence in Environment Management. The award was presented by Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Government of India to Ashish Garg, Unit Head GCD Vilayat and Shailley Garg, Head Technical Services, GCD at the 17th CII-ITC Sustainability Awards ceremony.
Congratulating the Vilayat Team for this outstanding achievement, H K Agarwal, Managing Director, Grasim Industries Limited said “This prestigious award is a testament to the hard work done by our teams, especially in the area of sustainability” He added “Sustainability is at the core of our Pulp and Fibre business and through our efficient manufacturing process, we have significantly moved the needle for increased water recovery, reduction in emissions, chemical recovery amongst others. Water in particular, being a key natural resource and scarce, Birla Cellulose, has gone beyond the stipulated norms and created a new world benchmark”
Ashish Garg informed “The award applauds, Grasim Cellulosic Division for outstanding policies, practices and results on the journey of excellence in Sustainable Business.” He added “Grasim Cellulosic Division is committed to the “Mission Life” movement and working continually towards Environmental excellence and beyond!”
These Awards are a part of the CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development’s continued efforts to create awareness, promote policy and practices, and create capacity to mainstream sustainability practices.
CII-ITC Sustainability Award is the most credible Sustainability Award in the country, uniquely based on the European Foundation for Quality Management Excellence (EFQM) framework wherein equal weight is assigned to ‘Enablers’ and ‘Results,’ indicating a cause-effect relationship.
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