Poor water and sanitation system threatens communities’ health


Finish Services Management Company and WASTE International sign agreement to improve the Sanitation situation

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MUMBAI: Finish Services Management Company (FSMC) and Waste international signed an agreement recently to deliver and improve sustainable water and sanitation systems and services to substantially large numbers of the poor in India and Western Africa.

Speaking on the development, Saurabh Pandya, Chief Executive Officer, FSMC said “We are committed in bringing different stakeholders together both locally and at the global level to strengthen and guarantee innovative water and sanitation systems and services solutions to communities in India and Eastern Africa.

Lack of access basic water and sanitation systems has a huge impact on their income, health and social development of people”

IndiaCSR Awards Logo (2)The partnership will reinforce our competence and skills to provide viable water and sanitation systems and services for low income communities, having a visible and tangible impact on their environment, health and hygiene.

“The poor should have access to water and sanitation system as it will effectively improve their environment and living. This partnership will allow us to help the people in India to improve their livelihoods, income and quality of life by having access to sustainable sanitation and waste management system” said Valentin Post, Director, WASTE International BV.

Finish Services Management Company

 FSMC undertakes interventions into a range of sanitation and waste management related activities; service provider to sanitation implementers, sanitation franchisee holder etc.

FSMC has a vision of becoming the leading solution provider in the field of sanitation, hygiene, water, clean energy and waste management by fostering profitable backward and forward integration for community and stakeholders.

WASTE International

WASTE International identifies and develops sanitation and waste management markets, and provides technical support to organisations that work in these markets.  WASTE develops innovative waste management programmes, building sustainable value chains by closing the loop with interventions in waste re-use, recycling and safe waste treatment to control environmental degradation, pollution and thus resulting into improved public health.

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