On world environment day, 5th June 2019-06-14 IGF organized an event in ABESIT College, Ghaziabad in which volunteers planted more than 2000 plants in and around campus. On this occasion leaders of nine Gram Panchayats gathered along with officials of Central Polluyion Control Board(CPCB), Ghaziabad. On this occasion CCIL and IGF committed to plant 1000 plants annually and to recruit a dedicated team for their maintenance .
The main event was sponsored by Continental Carbon India Limited. Event was inaugurated by Mr Andrew, Continental Carbon Limited, Vikas Hindu(Pradhan), Ranjeet Singh(Engineer, CPCB) and Chandra Kiran Singh(GS IGF). Other dignitaries present at the occasion were Mr. Brijesh Kumar(NTPC), Pradhans of Villages, Pushpendra Sharma(Tigri village), Mamchand(Greater Noida), Sudhir Choudhary(Chipiana), Raghvinder singh, Neeraj Singh, Hitendra Sharma, Ajay Singh from Continental Carbon India Limited and Jyotish Singh, President IGF, Surender Shekhawat, Shashi kant Singh, Surender Prasad, Sanjay Singh, Ms. Rekha(VP-KVS), Chaya Sharma, Manju Rathore, Suman Rani , Tanya Singh from IGF. The event witnessed gathering of around 600 attendees.
During the event several talks were presented from beneficiaries of IGF, Patrons and attendees. Cultural dance was also performed by Shri Suresh Vyas, an internationally proclaimed Indian artist and Anuviska Lok Kala Manch. Awards were also presented to the students and members of IGF for their contribution to the society as whole.
About India Giving Foundation
INDIA GIVING FOUNDATION which is working and assist the needy and neglected people at grass root level and helping to find access to sustain in the society with due dignity as an NGO in India has so far directly put more than 2000 children into the path of empowerment through Education. It supports thousands of children, providing them with the help and resources they need to overcome situations in their lives.
About Continental Carbon India Limited
Continental Carbon India Limited (CCIL) was formed in October 2000 upon the acquisition by Continental Carbon Company (CCC), USA of the carbon black assets of Oriental Carbon & Chemicals Ltd. Since then the carbon black manufacturing facility in Ghaziabad, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, has been substantially refurbished. A 15 MW Waste Heat Recovery Power Plant, commissioned in 2008 is co-located with the manufacturing unit and supplies power to the Uttar Pradesh grid. Carbon Black – an engineered carbon is primarily used as a reinforcing filler in rubber compounding. The end products like tires, profiles, hoses and V-belts are mostly consumed by the automotive industry.