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Mahindra to bag ‘Zero Waste to Landfill’ certification from Intertek

| | New Delhi:

 Mahindra Group, one of the leaders in the tractor and utility vehicles space has become the first corporate in the country to bag prestigious Zero Waste to Landfill certification from Intertek, a leading Total Quality Assurance provider to industries worldwide.

An official from the Mahidra Group said that its automotive division at Igatpuri has received the certification that shows its commitment to minimise the amount of waste that enters landfills from its  operations.

 "Zero Waste to Landfill certification is a great achievement that demonstrates Mahindra Group's commitment to improving the environmental effects their manufacturing process has on the communities in which they operate" said Sandeep Vig, Director, Business Assurance and Food, Intertek India. 

"Intertek is proud to partner with Mahindra Group, and encourages organisations to mitigate their risks and improve efficiencies through innovative assurance solutions like Zero Waste to Landfill certification." 

Zero Waste to Landfill certification provides improved credibility and visibility to an organisation's efforts to improve its environmental impacts within an organisation. Sustainability efforts such as waste diversion from landfills are important steps to demonstrate environmental stewardship in today's marketplace. Implementing a Zero Waste to Landfill program will not only improve the efficiency in manufacturing processes but can also save physical and financial resources through energy conservation and reuse of raw materials, the official added.     

 
 
 
 
 

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