Carbon compacting plant set up in Jammu and Kashmir as part of green initiative for Indian Army

A new carbon compacting plant has been established in the Valley of Jammu and Kashmir to support the Indian Army and combat the carbon footprint in the region due to the increase in non-biodegradable production produced by locally deployed troops in the region. The Carbon Compact Plant is a part of the Cosmo Foundation’s green initiative – the social arm of Cosmo Limited (a community outreach initiative). According to a statement shared by the Cosmo Foundation, a carbon compacting plant has been set up with the aim of reducing non-biodegradable annual waste.

Cosmo Films is a manufacturing company and is involved in the production of bi-axially oriented polypropylene films, mostly used for lamination, labels, and industrial applications. Cosmo Films Limited is a company listed on the stock exchanges BSE and NSE. On Tuesday, shares of Cosmo Films rose 1.46 percent to close at Rs 690.30 on the BSE.

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