LG Electronics India today concluded a clean-up drive near its Greater Noida facility in line with United Nation’s ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ global initiative. The clean-up activity is also a reflection of LG’s commitment to resolving key environmental challenges.
In Greater Noida, where the brand’s India operations are headquartered, LG’s employees came together to carry out a number of activities, including planting trees. In addition, the activity saw LG’s employees cleaning the park near the facility, in addition to painting old structures. More than 100 employees participated in this drive. This was a part of 24-hour relay programme organized by LG Korea in which more than 10 countries participated.
As part of this initiative, LG employees including the senior management took a pledge to protect the environment and making eco-friendly choices to further contribute to a greener world.
Commenting on this initiative, Kim Ki Wan, Managing Director, LG Electronics India, said: “As a responsible corporate citizen, LG remains committed to safeguarding the environment and thereby the health of the wider public. This initiative reiterates our philosophy of ‘Going Green’ and encouraging the society to collectively promote cleanliness and hygiene.”
The cleanliness drive also coincides with LG’s completion of 21-year celebrations in the country. Apart from designing and developing energy-efficient products to its consumers, LG also said: “as a consumer electronics brand we are making relentless efforts at protecting the environment and saving resources for future generations”.