RTI members clear garbage, install dustbins

RTI members clear garbage, install dustbins

Round Table India as their “Go Green” Project undertook the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan & unveiled fabricated dustbins on 10th November 2014. This initiative is a part of Community Service activities during Round Table India week stretching from 8th November to 14th November 2014.

 

RTI members clear garbage, install dustbins

Round Table India as their “Go Green” Project undertook the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan & unveiled fabricated dustbins on 10th November 2014. This initiative is a part of Community Service activities during Round Table India week stretching from 8th November to 14th November 2014.

RTI members clear garbage, install dustbins

The members of Round Table India under this initiative cleaned an area near The Celebration Mall, Bhuwana today. Seemant Agarwal, Anish Chaudhary, Tilak Kataria, Anubhav Singhvi, Shubham Tayalia and Manan Nahar were present at the site who cleared two truck trolleys of garbage.

RTI members clear garbage, install dustbins

RTI members clear garbage, install dustbins

In a separate ceremony, Round Table India unveiled the dustbins fabricated by them which will be installed at various places across the city. According to Nitin Gattani, “Round Table India would also like to invite people who want to install the dustbins at public places near their homes, workplaces if they feel the need of one.”

According to Dr. Manu Bansal, “9 Dustbins have been fabricated at a cost of Rs. 18,000 & will be installed in the next 3 to 4 days.” Nitin Gattani, Dr. Manu Bansal, Saurabh Kothari, Kushagrah Hinger from Round Table India were present for the unveiling.

RTI members clear garbage, install dustbins

Round Table India works primarily towards educating the under privileged and has built around 1710 schools across India at a total outlay of Rs. 130 Crores.

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