Bashundhara to recycle used papers
The country’s leading business conglomerate Bashundhara Group will recycle wastage papers collected from different organisatios including public offices, NGOs, private and multinational companies to protect the environment.
DataFort Ltd, an IT company will provide used papers to Bashundhara Paper Mills for recycling. DataFort Ltd, also a franchise of InfoFort, a Dubai-based leading Records and Information Management Solution Providers in the Middle East and Africa offering services in United Arab Emirates (UAE) (Abu Dhabi, Dubai), Saudi Arabia (Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam), Egypt (Cairo, Alexandria), Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, Algeria, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana and Uganda.
Bashundhara Group signed a franchise agreement in this regard with the InfoFort Bangladesh at the conference room of Bashundhara Industrial Headquarters-2 at Bashundhara Residential Area in the capital on Monday.
Md Mustafizur Rahman, Deputy Managing Director (DMD) of the Bashundhara Group, and M H Khusru, Director and CEO, InfoFort Bangladesh signed the deal on behalf of their respective sides.
Md Kaushik Islam, Manager, Corporate Service, InfoFort Bangladesh, Mirja Mujahidul Islam, HoD Account and Finance, and Masudur Rahman, HoD sales, Bashundhara Paper Mills were also present at the signing ceremony.
Mustafizur Rahman said: “We have taken a good initiative. Bashundhara Paper Mills will recycle wastage papers. It may help keep our earth better.” He said, usually wastage papers are burned, which pollute our environment. Bashundhara Group has taken the initiative with DataFort Ltd to protect environment and help build a green earth.
M H Khusru, Director and CEO, InfoFort Bangladesh said, initially, InfoFort will start their job by supply 15 tonnes of documents to Bashundhara Paper Mills. Following that they will supply lots of used papers on case basis.
He also said the new venture will help establish a culture of Green Office in Bangladesh.
M H Khusru said, the government and private offices are usually burning their wastage papers, which causes harms to the environment.
“We want to recycle wastage papers to reuse those. We are proud for becoming partner of Bashundhara Paper Mills in making this initiative successful,” he added.