India is one of the fastest growing countries in the world and definitely making an impact on the earth's climate. Take a look at NCR's most sustainable workplaces that are leading by an example.
Paharpur Business Centre was awarded the greenest building in Delhi generating its own fresh air using over 5000 plants that include Areca Palm, Mother-in-law's Tongue and Money Plant resulting in reduction of air pollutants like CO2, PM 2.5 & 10 and reducing fungus and bacteria indoors.
Kamal Meattle, CEO, "Paharpur Business Centre believes that built in environment improves ones health, wellness and productivity. They have found the right plants and have been able to grow fresh air and increase blood oxygen levels of occupants of the building with a 42% probability of their blood oxygen levels going up by 1%".
Plastic bottles are used to pot plants and the air pollution has reduced significantly using these.
In-living is one of the most stylish and sustainable office campus. Furniture made by using waste materials like wood scraps, used cans, denim labels and rubber flip flops. Curtains made of threads, Pouffes and lamps made of wooden cut-offs.
"We've used multi-colour yarns to create impact. What we have done all over the office right from recycled yarns to recycled tyres to recycled cans used for lighting. Its almost reincarnation of the raw materials" said Ashish Gupta, Director, Inliving
Reduce, Reuse & Recycle
Let nature knock inside your office campus by reducing reusing and recycling.