Redington Foundation installs biogas plants in Tiruvallur, India

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As part of its corporate social responsibility initiative, Redington Foundation has installed 67 biogas plants at Kuruthanamedu village and renovated one pond at Thandalacherri village near the warehouse operations of ProConnect Supply Chain Solutions (a wholly owned subsidiary of Redington) in the Tiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu, India.
The project aims to promote the use of biofuel as an alternative to fossil fuel, enhance the availability of water for irrigation and drinking purposes and replenish the groundwater level in the area.
The project has been implemented by Hand in Hand Inclusive Development and Services (HHIDS), a non-governmental organisation working to enhance rural development.
At a local event attended by over 500 villagers, Redington Foundation handed over the biogas plants and the pond to the respective village panchayats.
“At Redington Foundation, we are committed to drive (sic) positive impact at the grass-root level and improve the quality of life for people. Our project in the villages of Thandalacherri and Kuruthanamedu is a conscious step towards achieving this goal and we are hopeful that our efforts will enable the people with better accessibility (sic) to renewable energy, clean water, digital literacy and personal hygiene.” said Ramesh Natarajan, CEO of Redington.


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