Embassy drives positive change by providing infrastructure-based sustainable solutions for government schools and community healthcare. We promote grassroot results to global problems in the communities we are a part of.
Embassy offers waste management solutions in North Bangalore, working closely with NGOs to catalyse communities to develop and implement strategic infrastructure for sustainable environmental management. Embassy is a proud partner of TAICT’s EcoGram Solid Waste Management project. Initiated in 2016, EcoGram jointly aims to create an ecologically sound replicable model Gram Panchayat to propagate sustainable waste, water and soil management. In addition to our Bangalore Rural waste management initiatives, we also work to contribute to communities around our office parks through public space enhancement, clean-up drives that actively involve our Corporate communities, improve access to healthcare solutions and provision of improved basic amenities for sustained community transformation.
13School builds till date
4school builds and 1 wet waste processing centre in progress in Bangalore and Pune environment
22Government schools receive daily maintenance
10Villages in North Bengaluru adopted a comprehensive waste management program
4024Waste generators across 10 villages in North Bengaluru are serviced through EcoGram
1749+ Metric tonnes of waste collected and segregated since 2016
80+ hotspots cleaned up and beautified around Embassy Manyata Business Park, Embassy TechVillage, Embassy International Riding School and Embassy GolfLinks
In partnership with the BBMP, Embassy Group installed 24 segregated submersible garbage bins as part of a pilot project to provide adequate waste management infrastructure to citizens.
Embassy has sponsored the operations of the clinic, construction of two rooms for drug storage and a tractor with a water tanker. Dr. Ramana Rao and his team treat over 1,200 patients from 350 villages in Bangalore North every Sunday at the clinic.
Donation of a mobile cancer detection unit, with the aim of serving the rural populations of Karnataka by assisting with early detection and other medical support.
Aligning with our efforts to focus on Health and nutrition, we donated 2 vans that allow for delivery of milk to 12,000 government school students daily as a part of the mid-day meal initiative
Embassy partnered with the National Highways Authority of India to transform 101 pillars under the elevated road from Hebbal Flyover towards the Kempegowda International Airport Bangalore. The project was completed with an engagement activity that included Embassy’s senior management team, senior officials from NHAI and other dignitaries in painting murals on the pillars.
Embassy Golf Links Business Park funds for the Sarvagna Health Care Instituate which provides residents of slums and other urban poor with free dialysis and other subsidized health care.
Embassy offers waste management solutions in North Bangalore, working closely with NGOs to catalyse communities to develop and implement strategic infrastructure for sustainable environmental management. Embassy is a proud partner of TAICT’s EcoGram Solid Waste Management project. Initiated in 2016, EcoGram jointly aims to create an ecologically sound replicable model Gram Panchayat to propagate sustainable waste, water and soil management. With current operations spread across 10 villages in the Bettahalasuru Panchayat, Embassy has invested nearly Rs. 4.14 Cr. over the last 6 years towards the de-centralised solid waste management. In the last year, 1,08,371 kgs of dry waste, and 1,29,717 kgs of wet waste was collected through the program. 4,024 waste generators across 10 villages are taken care of through EcoGram. To complement the solid waste management infrastructural solutions provided in the Panchayat, a strong emphasis is also placed on community engagement and awareness initiatives curated through women and children in the communities. We have signed an MoU with the Bettahalasuru Panchayat to build and manage an Integrated Waste Management Centre in a dedicated 2-acre land, benefitting 10 villages at a total cost of Rs. 1.5 cr.