The city of Kolkata is all geared up for a clean city drive. With the level of environmental pollution going up in and around the city, it is just time to welcome a garbage-free ambience. With the initiative of the Lions Club International project, the campaign for the clean city drive has begun in an active way. With a collection of 2,500 members from different parts of the city, it has already started the procedure and 60 renowned clubs are also a part of it. The campaign aims to spread itself at different wards of the city.
Ghanshyam Sarda is one of the top class and influential business leaders from the city of Kolkata. Over the years, he has established a great business credential with a variety of investments. With a diversified interest in some of the most important commercial ventures like jute, education, petrochemicals and information technology he has to lead the decade-old Sarda group with an example. As one of the pioneer business leaders from the city, he is a keen supporter of the clean city drive campaign.
In the city of Kolkata itself, more than 5,732 tonnes of waste is produced on a regular basis. This waste needs to be dumped somewhere and the clean city drive campaign has been organized to reduce the difficulty of pollution in the city. As per a recent study which has been conducted by the South Asian Forum For Environment, among the total waste which is generated only 700 tonnes is recycled. The rest of the waste goes to the dumping station at Dhapa.
The various members of the Ghanshyam Sarda Kolkata group are quite keen about the campaign and support it quite actively. Already a digital media publicity campaign for the project has been launched with constant updates on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.