In the modern world every organization is involved in serving the society and nation through the allocation of aid as a part of their common activities. This effort is being followed in every country irrespective of nationalities, race, religion or other creatures. Every organization in the world is proud to secure the shadow if this unique social service called CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY (CSR).
SEWN EXPORT is completely different from others who are involved in CSR. Basically all the organizations in the world execute CSR as a part of their business activities. But SEWN EXPORT functions its business in full time social service. As an environment friendly company, we are always committed to help save the environment by protecting natural resources of earth for the future generation. Our each and every action saves plenty of natural resources which are to be snatched away from the Mother Nature for producing virgin paper.
The usage of natural resources has been reduced through out the world in the past few decades due to the recycling of paper waste. Not only American or European continents, technology has even reached the Asian continent within the time of eye blink, responding to the call of nature for its protection. Today two third of the global environment is protected since the paper recycling concept has dominated the hearts of human being.
Following resources are saved by recycling 1 ton of paper waste.
This represents a 64% energy savings, a 58% water savings, and 60 pounds less of air pollution. The construction costs of a paper mill designed to use waste paper is 50 to 80% less than the cost of a mill using new pulp.
Challenging the threat, we came forward to fight the environment pollution by accepting a huge task to educate the people about importance of recycle. Today we’re happy with our achievement on protecting the environment by saving natural resources for the nation. What SEWN saves annually is,
Isn’t it proud to strive our selves upon such a worthy effort to present a splendorous nature for our future generation ?