Grundfos believes that its association with the 14th Sustainability Summit will enhance its awareness as well as the awareness among other stakeholders, on this significant subject of Sustainable Development.
August 28, 2019. By News Bureau
Grundfos India has announced that it is one of the sponsors of 14th Sustainability Summit organized by the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII). The two-day conference scheduled on August 28 and 29, 2019 in Delhi will bring together thought leaders and policy makers from across the world to share their inspiring perspective on sustainable transformation. The summit aims to have constructive discussions on various sustainability issues and solutions.
Grundfos recognises the need for achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the set time and believes that there is a business case and potential to identify and develop solutions to scale. The private sector, with its power of innovation, can find many of the solutions to meet the SDG challenge. Grundfos believes that its association with this conference will enhance its own awareness as well as the awareness among other stakeholders, on this significant subject of Sustainable Development.
Speaking at the session on ‘Urban Space Management’, Saravanan Panneer Selvam, Sales Director, INDO Region, Grundfos said, “With the exponential increase in urbanization, it is imperative that we start looking at adopting efficient technologies and solutions that can make urban spaces not only smart, but sustainable as well. Sustainability is in Grundfos’ DNA and the company has always supported its customers with a portfolio of sustainable products and solutions. With our knowledge on water handling technology, we play a vital role in creating intelligent solutions that can manage water and wastewater efficiently in urban spaces."
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