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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Hulladek Recycling is at the Forefront of Sustainability at the 2024 Green Architects Exposition

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The waste management company with the quickest rate of growth in Eastern India, Hulladek Recycling, organised "Green Architects 2024," an exhibition for a sustainable future that gave organisations working to change consumer behaviour in recycling a platform. A distinguished awards ceremony, Hulladek Honours 2024, honoured people, organisations, towns, and associations that have shown exceptional dedication to sustainability and climate action, with a focus on waste management. On this occasion, several panel discussions were held, including Making Recycling the New Cool: Influencing Consumer Behaviour towards Habits of Recycling, Teaching the Youth on Sustainability: Home Front vs. School Front, The best ways to include sustainability in corporate social responsibility (CSR) are as follows. The introduction of an e-waste-based upcycled product line by Dr Dhriti Banerjee, Director of the Zoological Survey of India, was another highlight of the event. Students from J D Birla Institute presented an Upcycled Fashion Show with a selection of

handmade clothing. The clothes, which included dresses, t-shirts, jackets, and shirts, were made from natural, herbal-dyed, and certified organic fabrics that were carefully sourced and produced to create one-of-a-kind pieces that reflect each person's style. Nandan Mall, Founder & Managing Director, Hulladek Recycling Pvt Ltd. stated that they are happy to have reaffirmed their commitment to sustainability and waste management by hosting "Green Architects 2024" in conjunction with "Hulladek Honours 2024." Using these endeavours, their goal is to stimulate constructive activity and significant transformation in the direction of a more sustainable future. During the panel discussions, there was an insightful and inspiring exchange of ideas.

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