Ahmedabad: Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations’ of India (CREDAI), the apex body of housing and habitat providers with over 9,000 members spread across 23 states and 151 city chapters, is set to launch a campaign for ‘zero garbage in the housing complexes’ being developed by its members.
Even as it looks adopt the 'Swachh Bharat Mission' at its upcoming Annual 'CREDAI Conclave 2014', the apex body's members are expected to deliberate several initiatives. Among these, CREDAI is set to launch a campaign for 'zero garbage in the housing complexes' being developed by its members.
"We believe that we are in the enterprise of providing housing to the nation because a house is everyone's dream of a better, healthier and more secure life. Our members are coming forth to voluntarily adopt zero garbage principle in all their developments which would be formally announced at Delhi Conclave leading to reduction of garbage by at least one million tonnes per annum in the very first year in important urban clusters all over India," said Jaxay Shah, National Vice president of CREDAI.
Meanwhile, CREDAI also reiterated its commitment to skill development. As part of its commitment, CREDAI has pledged to provide vocational and technical training to labour on-site through a special initiative named 'KUSHAL', a joint venture by CREDAI and NSDC which will look to increase the skilled manpower for construction industry and reduce the existing gap between the demand and supply of skilled manpower.