NHPC's 4-day environmental awareness program ends

NHPC’s 4-day environmental awareness program ends

LAKHIMPUR: NHPC’s 2000 MW Subansiri Lower Hydroelectric Project (SLHP) 4-day environmental awareness program and plantation drive ended Wednesday with the program’s vale dictory feature at the NHPC Office Complex. This program was held from June 5th to June 8th as part of Azadi KaAmrit Mahotsav.

The program’s Valedictorian feature was held on June 8th at the NHPC Office Complex. Under this promotion, the distribution of plants and the planting of precious tree saplings were organized in collaboration with the Forest Department of Dolungmukh and the Circle Office. Representatives and chiefs of 14 villages classified in the Dolungmukh circle include fruit-bearing plants and timber plants such as teak, hollock, chitasopa, cock, lemon, orange and betel nut for distribution and planting in the village. Was given.

In his speech, Vipin Gupta, Executive Director of the Subansiri Lower Hydroelectric Project, praised Arunachal Pradesh’s cultural traditions and mentioned NHPC’s commitment to environmental protection. The program ended with the distribution of plants and plantation drives around the office complex by executives and villagers. The celebration of World Environment Day 2022 begins on June 5th with a plantation program at the Herbal Gardens in Project Township, where fruit bearings and medicated tree plantations are NHPC’s director (project) Biswajit Basu, executive director. Vipin Gupta, and General Manager of Subansiri Lower Hydropower Project.

On June 6th, an environment-related painting / poster contest was held for students from Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Dollungmukh and Arunachal Pradesh, followed by a plantation drive. Following the Environmental Awareness Program, a speech contest was also held by the Women’s Club of the project, led by President Seema Gupta. On June 7th, an environmental awareness program and plantation drive were held at Kendriya Vidyalaya in Gerukamukh.

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