LEARNING & IMPLEMENTATION - The Keys to Success & Growth
SYNOPTECH SUSTAINABILITY SOLUTIONS
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Environmental imbalances and their resultant effect on our daily working have become so glaringly obvious that they can no longer be pushed under the carpet. No matter what a man’s profession or general standard of life is – he is now effected in some capacity or another with deteriorating ecosystems. Entire towns have been evacuated due to water scarcity; the occurrences of hurricanes have increased, resulting in large scale destruction of life and property; climates have changes with severe effects in crop and cattle planning; and the air quality in developing countries is now akin to second hand smoke.
It is therefore not an exaggeration to say that global ecosystems are under severe threat and this continual degradation of the environment is the responsibility of every business and every individual. We cannot afford to take the environment for granted anymore and simply addressing industry and city impact on environment is no longer enough. We need to actively protect the environment and put sustainable industrial practices in place. The management of the environment is of utmost importance to all including businesses.
With our latest venture - SYNOPTECH SUSTAINABILITY SOLUTIONS, we provide the use of renewable and non-renewable resources in a manner that satisfies our current needs but does not compromise the future availability of resources. Accordingly, our solutions meet environmental, economic, and social goals to satisfy the triple bottom line we set as a benchmark in all our projects.
Our solutions flow from a three pronged approach:
Liaising with Agencies and Pure Sector Organization to propose solutions
Our services are currently targeted towards:
Garbage disposal – incineration (industrial and municipal)
Industrial waste water treatment (emissions from industries)
Waste water treatment (sewage and domestic)
Water purification for houses (water for domestic consumption)