Corporate Social Responsibility

Most of the rural populations in Indian villages still uses traditional wood burning stoves that are very inefficient and polluting resulting in resource wastage and indoor air pollution. WHO notes that this "killer in the kitchen" is one of the top-10 global health risks.

Opportunities for Corporate to Investments under CSR

1. Setup 3000t/annum capacity forest and agricultural biomass briquetting plant

  • Finance: requires approx. 1.5 crore of capital
  • Benefits
  • Approx. 25 nos. of direct and 250-300 nos. of indirect employment generation for approx. 100 days on yearly basis
  • Reduction in emission of approx. 5000 Tons of Co2.

2. Small gasification units of 200-250 KW

  • Finance: requires approx. 1 crore of capital
  • Benefits for corporates
  • Approx. 5-7 nos. of direct and 150-200 nos. of indirect employment generation for approx. 100 days on yearly basis
  • Reduction in emission of approx. 3000 Tons of Co2.

3. Distribution of smokeless chulha to villagers for domestic households

  • Finance: requires Rs.2500 X nos. of chulha + 1 bag of 15 kgs briquettes of Rs. 100/-

Benefits

  • It will help users get rid of indoor air pollution which causes breathing problem
  • Easy availability of the fuel, currently villagers goes to forest to get the wood, this problem intensifies during rainy and winter season due to wet wood.

4. We will help audit team to explore and verify our claims of social and economical well being by keeping the required documents updated.