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Monday, March 4, 2019

Sterlite Tech Now Home To India's 1st Zero Waste To Landfill Optical Fibre Cable Plant

The Company diverts almost 100% of industrial waste from landfill, winning its Silvassa plant Intertek's global certification for commitment to sustainability


Sterlite Tech (BSE: 532374) (NSE: STRTECH), a global data network solution company, has won Intertek's (US) Zero Waste to Landfill certification for its optical fibre cable manufacturing plant in Rakholi, Silvassa (India). This world-class manufacturing facility diverts more than 99 per cent waste away from landfill, making it India's first optical fibre cable plant to receive this third-party global certification.

Earlier, Sterlite Tech's glass and optical fibre manufacturing plant at Aurangabad and its Specialty Cable manufacturing plant at Dadra, India were granted Near Zero Waste to Landfill Intertek certifications for diverting more than 95 per cent waste away from landfill.

With eight manufacturing facilities across India, Italy, China and Brazil, Sterlite Tech is continuously taking conscious steps to validate its waste management practices for globally recognised and standardised norms, while identifying opportunities for further improvements.

Given the Company's commitment to sustainability and as a signatory to UN Global Compact, Apex India Foundation, supported by the Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India also recently honoured Sterlite Tech with Gold Category Occupational Health and Safety Excellence Award.







SILVASSA, India, March 4, 2019



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