Businesses Going Green

These days with people becoming more aware of the environment and trying to live sustainably, businesses also have adapted eco-friendly practices, they are more mindful of how their factories impact the environment often and are on a greener road to growth. This is due to the fact that the residual waste that is released into lakes and rivers after the making of the product can adversely affect the environment. This awareness has led them to make a change.

These are the top ten green companies in India, that are acting as a pioneer for others.

Made In Earth:

Made In Earth uses materials such as clay, lime, and often uses wood, stone, fly ash, and rice rusk in different shapes with fantastic designs and efficient implementation. It uses what is already available. They go beyond the idea of over-exploitation of materials and have the opinion that it doesn’t have to be over-the-top architecture.

IndusInd Bank:

It is one of India’s first banks to discourage the use of paper for ATMs and sends electronic mail. Their changes have made a significant contribution to saving the paper as well as in reducing deforestation.

Wipro:

Wipro, not only helped develop technologies to save electricity and avoid pollution, but it is a Pune-based company having the most eco-friendly building in this industry across India,

MRF Tyres:

MRF has introduced the ZSLK Series that are efficient tubeless tires made from special rubber built on silica. MRF provides additional fuel economy to those who drive their vehicle.

Havells:

Under the 10 Indian companies that are to be included within the 2019 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), which assesses the success of environmental, social, and governance (ESG), include Havells India too. Havells discontinued the use of the entire CMI lighting spectrum (ceramic metal halide) of the Kr-85 trace. No product of Havells now contains radioactive components.

Ultra Tech:

In the “Construction Material” market, UltraTech has been listed globally among the top 10 companies in the Dow Jones Sustainability Industry (DJSI). Because cement is a carbon-intensive industry UltraTech has incorporated the low carbon approach in its business strategy.

Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL):

For the ninth year running HUL was given the top management role at the 2019 Sustainability Leaders Survey (2011-2019). In Mumbai’s most demanding slums HUL began the Suvidha Centre, which addressed problems such as the lack of personal hygiene, the lack of clean and safe drinking water, and inadequate sanitation.

P&G:

P&G launched Fairy Ocean Plastic bottles which consist of 10% plastic from the oceans and 90% recycled plastic post-consumer. The 100% recyclable container was introduced to demonstrate what can be achieved to eliminate the occurrence of plastic waste.

Vedanta Ltd.:

In addition to supporting agriculture and rural development, Vedanta Limited has a number of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiatives that deal with themes such as water, energy, and carbon management. Advanced technologies have been implemented for optimal water use, improve energy efficiency, combat climate change and maintain diversity by their group businesses.

Apollo tyres Ltd.

The company contributes to the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan through many projects on solid wastes and sustainable sanitation, such as Clean My Transport Nagar, Clean My Villages, Hygienic Management, and End of Life Tyre Playground. The Apollo Tyres undertakes numerous recycling projects in and around the world in terms of environmental programs. The reforestation in Tamil Nadu is one of the examples of conserving mangroves in Kannur in Kerala state.

This wraps up our take on the top Indian companies for sustainability. Companies can take these as inspiration and do their part in contributing to saving the environment.

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