“The Covid-19 pandemic situation has given enough time for mother earth to heal and evolve once again. The current scenario clearly shows us that with the decrease in human activities, the environment is bouncing back – rivers are cleaner, air is more breathable and animals are thriving. These positive changes are coincidently aligned to the theme of this year’s World Environment Day, ‘it is time for nature’. While it is absolutely critical to have the economy up and running, I think it is time for all of us to pause and see how much we can change the way we live and work. We need to look at how we can be more responsible towards nature and sustainable by reducing our carbon footprint to help nature thrive again.
At Grundfos, we see sustainability as a continuous endeavor that positively impacts millions of people and their lives through our products and solutions. Working in this direction, we made a few ambitious commitments in 2019. Globally, we set out to reduce water consumption and energy emissions by 50% by 2025 in comparison to our levels in 2008. Through our solutions, we hope to save 50 billion m3 of water and help over 300 million people across the globe access clean drinking water by 2030. In the last year, we have been able to positively impact the environment by reducing our CO2 emissions by 12.2%. It is also our aspiration to be climate positive by the end of this new decade.”
– Saravanan Panneer Selvam
Grundfos Pumps India Pvt.Ltd. (Grundfos India) – a wholly-owned subsidiary of Grundfos Holdings was established on March 13, 1998. Grundfos India is responsible for sales of Grundfos products in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Maldives. Currently, Grundfos India has more than 400 employees and works with 200 distributors and dealers with 26 offices across India. Grundfos India provides energy-efficient pumps and smart pumping solutions for various applications – heating and hot water service systems, cooling and air-conditioning systems, industrial applications, pressure boosting and liquid transfer, groundwater supply, domestic water supply, sewage and wastewater, dosing, chlorination systems, disinfection systems and pumps running on renewable energy.
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