Jamshedpur, July 11: Tata Steel’s West Bokaro Division has been awarded the ‘Golden Peacock Environment Management Award’ for the year 2015.
The award was presented by Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India.
On behalf of Tata Steel, the award was received by Sanjay Rajoria, GM, West Bokaro in the presence of eminent business leaders at this year’s ’17th World Congress on Environment Management’.
The award ceremony was held at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion Mr. Rajoria said ‘It is a matter of pride and honour to receive the Golden Peacock Environment Management Award 2015.
Tata Steel has always believed that respect for the environment is critical to the success of its business
and strives for continuous improvement in environmental performance.
This recognition is testimony to the out- of-box thinking and follow-through to execution by a highly committed team to whom the award is dedicated. It also exemplifies and reinforces our commitment to
pursue excellence in all areas of operations.”
Tata Steel has focused on responsible environmental practices and resource management while upgrading the skills of employees through training as new technologies evolve.
Responsible practices and procedures ensure that all aspects of Tata Steel’s business are conducted with the utmost respect for the environment. Golden Peacock Awards, instituted by the Institute of Directors, India in 1991, are now regarded as a benchmark of Corporate Excellence worldwide and are presented annually under various categories.
Golden Peacock Environment Management Award is the coveted and prestigious recognition that an
organization could strive to win in the area of environment management.