The Environment

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We strive to use environmentally friendly procedures & materials when providing our services.

GRT India actively works to reduce, reuse, recycle and reclaim materials used in our operations.

As part of our efforts to innovate and develop new technologies, we strive to use environmentally friendly procedures and materials when providing our services.

All incidents that could affect the environment are dealt with timely to ensure that they are properly contained. Our divisions have comprehensive emergency response plans in place that address environmental concerns.

We view this as a serious responsibility to current and future generations.

Reducing Our Environmental Footprint

GRT India strives to use fewer material resources to reduce both our environmental footprint and input costs.

Our impacts

GRT India’s crews are trained in the application of all GRT products, our application methods and practices exceed that required by regulatory boards for the industry.

Our performance

We are proud to report that there have not been any environmental incidents in the Company’s history.

Work in Environmentally sensitive areas

GRT India occasionally works in environmentally sensitive areas. In such instances, we work closely with our customer to ensure that any potential negative impacts of the planned operation are minimized or eliminated where possible.

Water usage & handling waste

GRT India manages waste to ensure that all GRT products used during application are well monitored and any spills are addressed quickly and contained on site.

Recycling

Recycling is another priority for GRT India. We practice recycling in all of our locations throughout the world.

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