Jamshedpur: With festival of lights round the corner, Ritu Raj Sinha, the Managing Director of Tata Steel UISL flagged off the RRR Mobile Van, a symbolic vehicle dedicated to championing the cause of cleanliness and promoting awareness about the RRR Centre—Reuse, Recycle, and Reduce—just ahead of the festive Diwali season.
In his address to the gathered crowd, the Managing Director emphasized the paramount importance of cleanliness and environmental preservation. He underscored the collective responsibility of every citizen to actively engage in the Swachh Bharat Mission, contributing to the collective effort of making Jamshedpur not only cleaner but also greener.
The Managing Director shed light on the pivotal role the RRR Mobile Van would play as a dynamic and mobile hub for spreading awareness. This van, adorned with messages of sustainability, is set to traverse different neighborhoods and public spaces, acting as an educational catalyst. It aims to enlighten the residents about the virtues of reusing, recycling, and reducing waste, creating a ripple effect of sustainable practices in their daily lives.
Encouraging active participation, the Managing Director urged the citizens to embrace the Swachh Bharat Mission wholeheartedly. He emphasized the power of individual actions, highlighting how even small efforts could collectively lead to a significant impact on the environment, fostering a city that is both cleaner and healthier.
The specially designed RRR van, equipped to Inform, Educate, and Communicate (IEC), stands as a beacon of awareness and change. As it embarks on its journey through the city, it symbolizes Tata Steel’s commitment to fostering a culture of cleanliness and sustainability, not just during the festive season but as an enduring principle for a brighter and more responsible future.
Sinha passionately implored the citizens of Jamshedpur to embrace the Swachh Bharat Mission with fervor, emphasizing the power of individual contributions in making the city more environmentally responsible. He encouraged everyone to take conscious steps to reduce waste generation, recycle materials, and reuse resources whenever possible. In his words, “Small actions by individuals can collectively create a profound impact on the environment, shaping a cleaner and healthier future for our city.”
The RRR van, ingeniously designed as a mobile Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) center, is set to become a beacon of knowledge, enlightening citizens on the importance of sustainable practices. As it embarks on its journey, the RRR Mobile Van symbolizes Tata Steel UISL’s commitment to community welfare and environmental stewardship, echoing the belief that informed citizens can drive transformative change.