Our approach to sustainability has been responsibility and responsiveness to our stakeholders, as is clearly brought out in our vision, mission and values statement.
Keeping inclusive growth in mind we were able to engage with our stakeholders on a very special platform at our RWPPL site.
On a bright Sunday morning in the hills of Ratnagiri, there was an air of excitement as women children and the aged men gathered at the temple yard. Other than the Sarpanch and a few People no one quite knew what was going on, other than the fact that there are going to be some snacks after the program. One by one the vehicles arrived up the hill, the excitement and the anticipation grew even more, we were waiting for just one more vehicle bringing the chief guest. We heard the noise of a vehicle struggling to make it up the last hairpin bend and we all knew it was the chief guest. We got ready with the flowers etc. to receive him and the program started instantly.
Shri S.R.Patil, Manager Energy Conservation Department at MEDA Pune graced us with his presence and was very happy to see our commitment to stakeholder engagement and appreciated our sincere efforts. He personally distributed the Eco friendly lanterns to the villagers after having explained to them about this unique gift from our company. Emphasizing the fact that they are energy saving and can be used daily when there is no power, especially for the children to study. All the villagers were very happy and grateful for the lanterns.
We repeated the same program in another village and got an overwhelming response from one and all. On the whole we as a company and more importantly our dear colleagues at RWPPL got a connect with the people of these village during this occasion and we hope we can continue to keep the connection strong with our ongoing CSR activities in these villages in the future.
Greenko has distributed 1000 umbrellas to 6 different Municipal schools in the Buntwal Taluka in Karnataka.
The umbrellas were distributed to help students in the wake of the heavy monsoon season in the west coast of our country.
Greenko participated in the Airtel Hyderabad Marathon 2011 on August 28th 2011, being held for the first time in Hyderabad. Over 1200 runners from across the country in the age group of 15 and 75 years of age participated in the 42.2 KM marathon.
The starting point of the marathon was People's Plaza at Necklace Road and the finishing point was the Balayogi Stadium in Gachibowli.
There were three categories of the event to encourage maximum participation by the public and each event was differentiated by giving a different colored "bib" to the runners
1) Full Marathon - 42.2 km
2) Half Marathon- 21 km
3) Full Relay Marathon - 42.2 km (10.5 km x4 )
We took part in the Full Relay Marathon and the participants were Mr CVS Diwaker, Mr Ganesh Rayala, Mr Sai Kalyan & Mr Arun. The team successfully completed the marathon and was awarded with a participation medal and certificate. Greenko was also presented with a memento for its contribution and support to the event by the Chief Guest Mr E.S.L. Narasimhan, Governor of Andhra Pradesh.
Sneha Kinetic Power Projects Pvt. Ltd. in association with Dikchu Youth Welfare Association (DYWA) an NGO, conducted the marathon named 'Dikchu Runs for AIDS Awarenes' on December 1st 2012 and made it a grand success. The function was attended by local MLA Mr. Ugen T Gyatso and Mr. DN Prasad, Director SKPPPL as special guest.
The marathon was organized for both men and women under the banner "Run for AIDS" which had participants from across the state. The main objective of this marathon was to educate and bring awareness about the perils of HIV/AIDS in the youth & rural people of Dikchu.
A Health Camp was organized on 26th May and 02nd June, 2012 at our corporate office by the Risk Management Department in association with the Apollo Heath Clinic. The event was to provide basic information about the health of the employees and promote a happier and healthier work culture at the workplace. Tests were done to diagnose any prevalent disease and employee were encouraged to share their health issues with the Doctor. The activity was done to emphasize on the importance of being healthy to perform better both professionally and personally by taking necessary corrective actions. It focused on the significance of early diagnose and hence prevent fatal disease and ailments. "After all the greatest wealth is health".
We also collaborated with local panchayats and NGO for various needs of the local communities, such as, clean drinking water, roads, street lighting, water pumps,clean toilet facilities and assist in developing local infrastructure.