Tata Steel, as part of its continuous endeavor towards shaping a sustainable future,
celebrated World Environment Day (WED) yesterday across its operational areas including mines, plant marketing & sales office locations. The day was marked by a host of activities and initiatives with participation from diverse stakeholder groups including employees. The celebrations would continue through the month of June, observed as Sustainability Month.
As a responsible corporate citizen, Tata Steel is heavily invested in environmental management efforts focused on the four pillars of emissions, water management, circular economy and biodiversity. The Company is committed to incorporating sustainability aspects into all facets of its business from governance, strategy formulation to execution.
Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Sanjiv Paul, Vice President, Safety, Health & Sustainability, Tata Steel said: “As a responsible global organization, we are committed to sustainable development and to nurture conservation efforts across all our areas of operations. We are acutely conscious of our responsibility towards sustainability and building a tomorrow for generations to come. The commitment to safeguard environment is embedded in the Company’s corporate objectives, production processes and the way we conduct our business.”
Glimpses of WED celebration across operational areas of Tata Steel:
World Environment Day in Kalinganagar was marked by organising knowledge sharing sessions and plantation programmes. Tata Steel Rural Development Society (TSRDS) organised a plantation programme in Chakua village under Khapruriapada Gram Panchayat. More than a hundred saplings were planted by adolescents of RISHTA project, members of Youth Club, Self Help Group members and members of TSRDS team.