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Daraz and BD Recycle Technologies partner for effective waste management

An MoU was signed to address the global urgency for reducing ecological footprints by changing the way we dispose of waste materials

Update : 24 May 2022, 06:29 PM

Leading online marketplace Daraz Bangladesh has recently joined hands with BD Recycle Technologies Ltd (BRTL) to achieve sustainable development objectives and stable economic growth, together. 

An MoU was signed in this regard, with the two organisations opting to address the global urgency for reducing humankind’s ecological footprints by changing the way we dispose of waste materials, reads a press release.

On behalf of Daraz Bangladesh – AHM Hasinul Quddus (Rusho), chief corporate affairs officer; Ahsan Jamil, manager-CSR and Sustainable Development and Mashiur Rahman, senior executive, CSR and Sustainable Development; and on behalf of BRTL – Syed Amin, CEO; Nazmus Sadat, co-founder and managing director; and Hasibul Hasan Himel, manager, Business Development; were present during the MoU signing. 

Daraz CCAO AHM Hasinul Quddus (Rusho) pointed to the growing concern of environmental pollution and its long-term side effects on the bionetwork. 

“At Daraz, we feel that our responsibility is to lead with examples, be it a matter of corporate interest or a question of safeguarding mass wellbeing. We are aware of the SDGs, and how remarkably the government is piloting our country to attain the benchmarks within a given time. We, too, decided to help add some momentum to this progress, and thus, shook hands with BD Recycle Technologies to practice and growing concern regarding safe and sustainable waste management”, he commented.

This partnership, under Daraz’s array of appreciable CSR initiatives, is expected to encourage industries, businesses, and consumers to recycle and reduce waste in a more eco-friendly manner. 

At the same time, it is going to be vital in supporting a developing country like Bangladesh to move towards more sustainable patterns of consumption by the year 2030 target.

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