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Sterling Agro Industries Ltd.’s flagship dairy brand, Nova Dairy, is now the only dairy business in India that has a positive carbon footprint. The company’s production of electricity through wind and solar energy, helps combat the carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide released into the environment by cattle, has helped the company reach this milestone.

At the heart of Nova Dairy’s business practices is a commitment to environmental sustainability. In addition to lowering its carbon footprint, the company has improved the environment by using wind energy.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Kuldeep Saluja, Managing Director of Sterling Agro Industries Ltd., said, “We are thrilled to announce that Nova Dairy has become the only carbon-positive dairy company in India. Our commitment to sustainability and the environment has always been a top priority. With this achievement, we have taken a significant step towards reducing our carbon footprint and preserving the environment for future generations.”

Mr. Saluja further added, “Our focus on sustainability has led us to explore innovative solutions such as wind energy. We are committed to investing in sustainable practices and solutions that will help us reduce our impact on the Nova Dairy’s commitment to sustainability and the environment has also resulted in significant cost savings for the company. By using wind energy, the company has been able to reduce its dependence on traditional energy sources and lower its energy bills.

As a carbon-positive dairy company, Nova Dairy is setting an example for other companies in the dairy industry to follow. The company’s commitment to sustainability and the environment is a testament to its vision of creating a better and more sustainable future for all.

Source : APN News May 05th 2023

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