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Tata Steel observed World Environment Day across the state

Kalinganagar:6/6/17: Tata Steel observed World Environment Day at different operational locations including its Kalinganagar facility, Sukinda Chromite Mine and Ferro Alloys Plant, Bamnipal.

Activities like sapling plantation, besides generating awareness on environmental sustainability through various programmes marked the observance of the World Environment Day at Tata Steel Kalinganagar.

The programme was attended by Chaitanya Bhanu, General Manager (Operations), Tata Steel Kalinganagar, as the Chief Guest, at the Auditorium of the Capability Development Training Centre.

World Environment Day was also observed in Sukinda Chromite Mine (SCM) and Ferro Alloys Plant, Bamnipal.

In SCM, a plantation drive was undertaken in the children’s park located in the SCM campus.  H Behera, Head, MPP, SCM, Mr Goutam Chakrobarty, Head, Administration, Ferro Alloys and Minerals Division, S Jha, from Corporate Vigilance, Tata Steel Kalinganagar and other officers and employees of SCM planted saplings in the park.

Similarly, on the occasion of World Environment Day, various fruit bearing saplings were planted by the officers and employees of Ferro Alloys Plant, Bamnipal led by Umesh Ratha, Head, FAP, Bamnipal in the residential colony of the plant.

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