STI Sanoh Participates in Community Cleanup Mission
On Saturday, June 13, 2015, the Gurgaon Plant of STI Sanoh India Ltd.(STI Sanoh), one of the Sanoh Group’s local operations in India, participated in a community cleanup mission at the appeal of its local employees.
The General Manager of the plant, Talagar Alagarsamy, announced the start of the Clean India Mission* at 7:00 AM, and thereafter approximately 370 STI Sanoh employees took part in the cleaning of the plant and surrounding roads and areas of greenery. After three hours, enough trash had been collected to fill three small trucks.
Among the six STI Sanoh facilities in India, the Chennai Plant and Bangalore Plant also participated in the cleanup mission, in addition to the Gurgaon Plant. The Sanoh Group will continue to be actively involved in similar environmental and social action programs in the future.
* The Clean India Mission, also known as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, is a national campaign organized by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to clean the streets, roads, and infrastructure of the country in order to modernize sanitation and improve India’s image. The campaign was officially launched on October 2, 2014, the birthday of India’s founding father Mahatma Gandhi.