Godrej & Boyce announced that its business Godrej Construction is a pioneer in the adoption of sustainable construction practices in India, committed to minimizing the impact of construction on the environment. To prove this, the company has recycled more than 25,000 metric tons of concrete debris by implementing circular economy principles in its building materials business line, ready-mixed concrete (RMC) plant, recycled concrete material (RCM) plant and public areas. Godrej IT Park in Mumbai The building is powered by 100% renewable energy.
Godrej Construction is one of the first companies in the RMC industry to switch to green energy. Abhijeet Gawde, Head of Business Development and Marketing at Godrej Construction, said: “Committed to sustainable development and circular economy, we recycle concrete fragments to make a variety of recycled concrete materials, which are actually as good as any other concrete products. And durability parameters.
Recycled concrete using construction and demolition (C&D) concrete waste is also used to make customized precast concrete products, such as box culverts and pipes used in some major infrastructures, “Mumbai’s project. We hope that many others in the industry can encourage a circular economy by using recycled products, which is clearly a need at the moment. ” Together with CII, Godrej & Boyce pioneered the green building movement in India.
Their new construction project is designed and developed in accordance with the principles of green building. Over the years, the brand has taken several concrete steps for sustainable development, and their three RMC factories have recently received GreenPro certification from the Indian Green Building Council. Godrej Construction is the first company in India to obtain this noteworthy certification for its RMC plant. Their products such as TUFF recycled concrete blocks and AAC blocks have also obtained Green Pro certification from the Indian Green Building Council.
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