We are hiring for a Business Development Executive with 2-4 years of Experience. Qualification: B.Sc.Chemistry Role Description: -Knowledge of API Industry -Majorly into sales and marketing of API impurities -Comfortable for field work or outdoor duties -Managing healthy relationship with Clients -Developing new ideas for the business -Coordination with R&D for development of impurities -Projection of impurities to be synthesized ... Read More »
Monthly Archives: August 2018
Planet or Plastic ?
Because plastic wasn’t invented until the late 19th century, and production really only took off around 1950, we have a mere 9.2 billion tons of the stuff to deal with. Of that, more than 6.9 billion tons have become waste. And of that waste, a staggering 6.3 billion tons never made it to a recycling bin—a figure that stunned the ... Read More »
Recycle your trash..or trash your earth !
You’d be surprised by how much you throw away each week. Think about how much trash you make in year. Reducing the amount of solid waste you produce in a year means taking up less space in landfills. Buying concentrated or multipurpose products also helps to lower your trash output. At work, when taking your lunch hour, avoid buying take-away ... Read More »
Plantation, fencing and changing the course of nature’s wrath
A plantation drive done some years ago in Sunderbans islands blossomed into a mangroves jungle, helping avert destruction due to frequent cyclones and high tides.. a powerful example of what a common act of plantation can achieve. People of Biridi block, Jagatsinghpur district (Odisha) also live in constant fear of cyclones and heavy rains, surrounded as they are by Devi ... Read More »
Clean beaches !! Clearing 500 tons of garbage !
On August 4, 2018, Mumbai couple Indranil Sengupta and Rabia Tewari entered into their 46th week of cleaning the Mahim beach. Only this time, after having struggled for several weeks with a handful of volunteers, 40 students from the MET Rishikul Vidyalaya joined them. Armed with gloves, they collected heaps of non-degradable single-use plastic waste washed ashore along the stretch ... Read More »