Mahanadi Coalfields planted 51 lakh trees to reduce environment pollution: CMD

MCL is committed to conserve mother nature : CMD, MCL

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SAMBALPUR: Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), subsidiary of Coal India Limited has planted over 51 Lakhs of tree and is committed to conserve the nature by introducing new technology in mining activities to reduce carbon footprints and spread greenery.

Environment Day at MCLMCL Chairman and Managing Director A K Jha said while addressing employees at the company headquarters after unfurling environment flag at World Environment Day.

Jha said ‘’nature has enough for our needs, but not for greed of even a single person’.”

‘’We are in a coal mining business that disturbs the nature, but as we have always been taking a lead by introducing environment-friendly technology in operational activities, like surface miners and ripper dozers etc, and planted over 51 lakh trees to reduce environment pollution, MCL will always be committed to conserve the mother nature.” CMD said after administering an oath to all on Environment Day.

Director (Technical/Operations) A K Tiwari, Chief Vigilance Officer Mr Deepak Srivastava, IFoS, Director (Technical /P&P) J P Singh, Director (Finance) K K PARIDA, Director (Personnel) L N Mishra, General Managers and Heads of various departments and employees participated in function that culminated with plantation of trees in the company.




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