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Aviva Life Insurance sets up rain water harvesting plant

Written by: Staff
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New Delhi, June 5 (UNI) Aviva Life Insurance, in association with Central Ground Water Board, FORCE, an NGO working to preserve natural resources GK-I RWA set up the third Rainwater Harvesting structure in South Delhi on World Environment Day today with potential to harvest more than 410,000 litres of water annually.

The earlier structures executed by Aviva as part of their corporate social responsibility projects have been set up in GK-I, R Block, and GK-II, M Block. Water tests conducted by the NGO - FORCE (Forum for Organised Resource Conservation and Enhancement) have shown significant improvement in the water table. All the units are scientifically designed units to optimise the recharge through a filtration pit and recharge shaft.

The Company has also set up an environment corner 'We Care' to increase knowledge and awareness of the local children on the beauty and importance of natural resources.

Aviva Life Insurance Director Marketing Mr Vivek Khanna said, "At Aviva, we place great value to good citizenship and believe that concrete efforts towards supporting communities, in which we operate, is an integral part of business success.'' Aviva claims that they placed high value on good citizenship and believes that sound and demonstrable performance in relation to corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies and practices is a fundamental part of business success.

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