ONGC Plants 3,000 Saplings in Navi Mumbai

This technique has been shown to be effective in restoring degraded land and creating lush green forests.

ONGC Plants 3,000 Saplings in Navi Mumbai

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has planted over 3,000 saplings in Jewel Garden, Sector 26, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative. 

The saplings were planted using the Miyawaki afforestation technique, which is a method of planting trees in a dense and concentrated manner. This technique has been shown to be effective in restoring degraded land and creating lush green forests.

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The plantation drive was carried out by ONGC employees and volunteers from the local community. The volunteers were trained in the Miyawaki afforestation technique by experts from the Forest Department. 

The plantation drive was a huge success, and it is expected that the trees will grow into a lush green forest in the coming years.

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The plantation drive is part of ONGC's commitment to environmental sustainability. ONGC has a long history of undertaking CSR initiatives that promote environmental conservation. In recent years, the company has planted over 1 million trees across India.

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