Forty-four devoted, impassioned employees joined forces to impact the environment positively. Collectively, we engaged in a park cleaning effort, removing 65 kilogrammes of non-biodegradable garbage. To create a cleaner and healthier natural environment for everyone, we collected plastic bottles, cans, and packaging. Also contributing to preserving the park's water resources, the team constructed three check dams across the streams. It was also an excellent team-building activity. One of our clients, Goodera, organized this event.
62 dedicated employees actively participated in the program, demonstrating their commitment to environmental conservation and sustainability.
The focus of our event was a plantation drive aimed at combating soil erosion. We planted 80 saplings that control soil erosion at the bottom slope of the Taloja hill.
A check dam is a tiny dam built over a drainage ditch, swale or channel to reduce flow velocity. A check dam can be made of stone, gravel-filled sandbags or wood.
The volunteers meticulously collected stones and stacked them on top of each other to construct five check dams along the dry stream. Goodera, one of our clients, organized this event.