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WIKA India leading a trend in green innovations

WIKA India leading a trend in green innovations

Through innovative projects that lessen their influence on the environment and encourage a greener future, WIKA India is an outstanding instance of active sustainability.

Over the past few years, WIKA India Pvt. Ltd., a division of WIKA Alexander Wiegand SE & Co. KG, Germany, has consistently adopted more modern sustainability approaches. Over the past three years, the company has demonstrated incredibly noteworthy practices and initiatives that have led to both praise and satisfaction regarding the growth and success of its environmentally conscious endeavours.

Through their consistent use of renewable energy, reduced emissions, and long-lasting solutions when required, WIKA India has proven its dedication to a greener future. This has aided WIKA India in solidifying its reputation as a business that understands the value of a sustainable environment.

According to WIKA India, environmental changes are changing the way our business and society operate, and every corporation has a social obligation to address these changes. However, we aim to lead the transition proactively while being diversified, inventive, and persistent with new sustainability activities every year, says Gaurav Bawa, Senior Vice President, WIKA India.

Over the past three years, WIKA India has implemented several significant sustainability projects, including pulp packing, zero waste water, LPG genset implementation, and urban forest development.

The use of pulp packaging, which is more environmentally friendly than conventional products, has reduced the amount of plastic waste produced and promoted the adoption of more waste packaging material recycling techniques. The company, for example, has saved about 7000 euros a year (one death scheduled for five types). A further cutting-edge approach adopted by WIKA India is the application of sophisticated water management systems. After cutting water use at its Faridabad site by 26% over the previous two years, its Pune facility now uses a sewage treatment plant with a daily capacity of 50,000 liters, helping to produce 3,000,00,000 gallons of recycled water for use in gardens and plants.

In addition to this, WIKA India has benefited from the replacement of diesel generators with LPG generator sets in achieving sustainable energy use. Clean air and a healthy environment are ensured by this changeover, which has assisted in lowering greenhouse gas emissions. WIKA India has used the Miyawaki approach to plant about 1,600 trees on vacant land in metropolitan areas for the first time ever. The goal of this project is to create intricate, rich, biodiverse ecosystems that enhance air quality and can support the variety of life seen in metropolitan settings.

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