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Parsvnath to adopt eco management system

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New Delhi , Jan. 11

REAL estate player Parsvnath Developers Ltd has initiated Environmental Management System (EMS) by following International Standard ISO 14001, according to a company release.

Besides implementing EMS, the company would also carry out Environment Impact Assessment at its various project sites. The environment management plans that would be put into place by the company include control and management of sewage treatment and solid waste, plantation and landscaping.

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