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Nupur Recyclers Renovates Sanitisation Facilities for Visually Challenged at NAB Youth

"We are on a mission to significantly contribute to the upliftment of the locally situated underprivileged people as a part of our ESG initiative," said Rajesh Gupta, CEO

Nupur Recyclers

To ensure the comfort and safety of underprivileged students, Nupur Recyclers, a scrap metal processing and recycling company has rebuilt five bathrooms, and have renovated renovate the facilities of the Delhi branch of the National Association of Blind Youth, including the office space and the facade of the office building which was in poor condition. The building has been renovated taking preventive security measures during the turbulent health crisis that is currently being felt around the world. The project was a part of the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative.

Rajesh Gupta, Founder and CEO of Nupur Recyclers, said, “We feel really honoured to have conducted this programme. We are on a mission to significantly contribute to the upliftment of the locally situated underprivileged people as a part of our ESG initiative. Considering the pandemic situation, we feel it’s our responsibility to come forward and take some relevant initiatives to propel safety and hygiene in every possible manner.”

To achieve net-zero emissions, Nupur Recyclers has partnered with ESG Consultancy Go Green Enviro. The company also launched a tree-planting campaign in February 2022 in collaboration with the Delhi Municipal Corporation (MCD). To nurture its relationship with the community, the group has started a new project in Mandawali, an eastern suburb of Delhi, planting 550 trees as part of its environmental protection work.

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