Club Enerji organises Mega Awareness Rallies in Mumbai

Mumbai: Club Enerji, a resource and energy conservation programme by Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power utility, organised two Mega Awareness Rallies in Mumbai recently with a participation of over 500 students from CES Michael High School, Kurla and Pawar Public School, Bhandup along with 11 schools. The rallies themed on Energy conservation and “Say No to Plastic” urged the masses to save the earth and adopt an environment- friendly way of living.

While students of CES Michael High School, Kurla and 11 other schools sensitised masses on the importance of ‘environment conservation and saving the ecosystem by performing a skit, students from Pawar Public School, Bhandup, sensitised individuals through the ‘Say no to Plastic’ awareness drive and urged them to reduce excessive use of carcinogenic plastic at large and adopt environment- friendly substitutes. They also made paper bags and distributed to the vendors near Bhandup station highlighting the importance of saying no to plastic and saving the ecosystem.

Speaking on this initiative, Ms. Shalini Singh, Chief-Corporate Communications & Sustainability, Tata Power, said, “We have always been passionate about building a sustainable future. Awareness rallies such as these not only educates the young minds of tomorrow but also makes them better advocates of energy and resource conservation. We would like to thank all the partner schools who volunteered for this unique mission and helped us spread the message of sustainable living.”

Other schools such as Holy Cross High School, Prabodhan High School, Kamlesh Pandey High School, Lokmanya Vidya Mandir, Gulshan-e-Millat Urdu high school, I.H Bhatia high School, Gandhi Bal Mandir, Shishu Vikas High School, Mumbai Utkal High School, Oxford High School and Eden High School also participated in the rally along with CES Michael school.

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