Vodafone Releases ‘Footprints’ – First Sustainability Report in India

Vodafone Releases Footprints First Sustainability Report in IndiaVodafone today announced the release of ‘Footprints 2010-11,’ its first sustainability report for India.

Sachin Pilot, Hon’ble Minister of State (MoS), Ministry of Telecommunications & IT released the first copy of the report and appreciated this pioneering initiative by Vodafone.

The report covers information on Renewable energy, Social Inclusion, Waste reduction, and health and road safety projects at Vodafone.

Vodafone’s ‘Footprints 2010-11’ outlines practices in the supply chain management, ethics, customer service and marketing in the Responsible Marketing section. The Eco efficiency section of the report highlights environmental initiatives and programs such as waste management, Green IT, Energy and Responsible Network Deployment.

The Society segment of the report covers a bouquet of social responsibility activities undertaken by Vodafone at circles.

The report also has a special section on the green initiatives on the network by Vodafone. It focuses on series of initiatives undertaken by the company (both in the active and passive infrastructure) towards its endeavour to reduce carbon emissions.

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Sam from Kashmir
August 9, 2011 7:55 am 7:55 AM

vodafone starts gprs services in JK 98 4gb and buy 3G laicence from Idea for Jk soon it will 3G in Kashmir.

Parvez Zuel
August 8, 2011 10:53 pm 10:53 PM

yes, really Vodafone is Vodafone , becase vodafone always pioneer for social responsibility.I like Vodafone.

August 8, 2011 10:31 pm 10:31 PM

Every operator like vodafone and airtel is thinking much about these renewable sources.airtel already has launched “green towers” initiative.thums up to vodafone