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CTA Apparels Commemorates World Environment Day with Renewed Commitment to Sustainability

New Delhi, India – June 2024 – CTA Apparels, a leader in the garment manufacturing industry, proudly celebrates World Environment Day by reaffirming its dedication to the environmental ecosystem and sustainable practices.

Dr. Mukesh Kansal, Chairman of CTA Apparels, emphasized the company’s unwavering commitment to sustainability, stating, “At CTA Apparels, we believe that our responsibility extends beyond producing high-quality garments. We are dedicated to ensuring that our manufacturing processes are environmentally friendly and sustainable. This World Environment Day, we are reminded of our commitment to a greener future, and we pledge to continue our efforts in reducing our carbon footprint, conserving water, and utilizing renewable energy sources.”

CTA Apparels has been at the forefront of integrating sustainable practices within the textile industry. The company operates a Zero Liquid Discharge Plant, ensuring that 90% of treated wastewater is reused, significantly reducing water waste. Additionally, CTA Apparels’ commitment to renewable energy is evident with the installation of a 1 MW solar plant across its manufacturing factories and a 1.5 MW solar plant in its fabric processing unit.

Dr. Kansal further highlighted, “Our vision is to achieve 100% sustainability in renewable electric energy by 2027 and to remove carbon from our atmosphere by 2030. We are not just creating fashion; we are fashioning a better, greener world.”

With an on-time delivery rate of over 98% and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, CTA Apparels continues to set benchmarks in the textile industry, blending innovation with sustainability. The company’s comprehensive efforts in waste reduction, recycling, and sustainable material integration demonstrate its commitment to fostering a culture of environmental responsibility.

As CTA Apparels celebrates World Environment Day, it calls upon the global fashion industry to join hands in making sustainability a core business objective. Dr. Kansal concluded, “Together, we can create a future where fashion is synonymous with environmental care and responsibility.”