MUMBAI: In an endeavor to give back to the earth and save the environment, APM Terminals Inland Services, South Asia undertook a plantation drive to increase the green cover on the Mumbai Goa Highway near its Equipment Maintenance and Repair (EMR) facility in Panvel.
As a part of this initiative, more than 500 saplings were planted by the employees, customers, contractors and workers on the World Environment Day. APM Terminals Inland Services, South Asia, with the permission of National Highway Authority of India has proactively taken up the responsibility of nurturing and maintaining this stretch of green on the highway.
Speaking on the occasion R. K. Sreedhar, MD and CFO, APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. said “We are committed to the cause of environment and sustainability and have been partnering with the stakeholders in regions where we are present, to address the same. This initiative is a small step in the right direction to build sustainable models to save the environment, address climate change and growing deforestation which is posing new challenges to the society”
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