New Delhi, Delhi India (PressExposure) April 01, 2011 -- Being the pioneers of green development in Delhi-NCR, The 3C Company extended its much talked about Earth Water social campaign to highlight the importance of nature. With an aim to spread across the message of avoiding plastic The 3C Company commemorated Earth Water Day today by distributing environment friendly bags, appealing the citizens to use such environment friendly bags instead of plastic bags.
Mr. Brijesh Bhanote, Sr. V.P. Sales & Marketing, The 3C Company said, "The main focus of distributing shopping bags is to create awareness amongst people / shoppers that we should do away with the usage of poly bags and get into the habit of carrying bags while going for shopping. The fact that asking for a poly bag has become our daily habit and we at The 3C Company have realized that this is a growing problem and needs to be catered to in the right manner if we have to realize our dream of seeing a Green India and a Clean India."
Speaking further, Mr. Bhanote, added, "We at the 3C Company strongly believe that preservation of our planet and the fading natural resources is a concern that needs to be addressed without delay. We are hopeful to help reduce the carbon footprint through our endeavours. We have a motto of Think Green, Live Green and would like to carry on with such sincere efforts to educate people on the importance of green and help them in conserving the same. With the current initiative of distributing Canvas bags, we aim to ensure minimum use of plastic and their replacement by these eco friendly bags. "
The Earth Water initiative is a part of the global effort to create consciousness about the burgeoning need to conserve the vanishing natural resources. In light of the ongoing endeavour, The 3C Company has taken up various activities to conserve water & preserve earth. To depict the message of preserving Earth, 3C has designed a sculpture of Earth through E-waste and growing creepers. This structure re- emphasizes the recycling of e-wastes. The Ashram clover depicts the importance of Yamuna with the help of large fish sculptures. While one of other clovers, a sculpture of an inverted umbrella encourages the commuter to conserve water. The last part of the campaign highlights the importance of solar energy which is depicted in one of the clovers at the DND flyway
Pledged towards reducing the carbon footprint on the earth, the company has been creating buildings that are truly sustainable in form, function and use. These sustainable developments not only use far less natural resources and energy in the process they are built but are also more durable and require less maintenance.