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Hazelwood Has Participated in The Preservation of The Environment

Our world is moving ahead with the progress of human civilization, modernization, advancement of technology etc. But the crude reality is that we are still at least hundred years away from creating a planet which understands and encourages ecology friendly methods of living. We ignorantly use raw sources of energy and perform chemical processes which have the power to wipe out our entire civilization. In terms of technological development we are still in our infanthood.

What the world needs today urgently is an ecological development. Ecological development means an all round advancement of the people to construct an environment where progress is done keeping in mind the society, its economy as well as nature as all three should be interdependent. Unfortunately ecological development has been neglected from a long time and its consequences can be felt in the form of 'Global warming' which is gradually spreading to engulf the entire planet. 'Global warming' is also a result of deforestation, burning of fossil fuels which produce carbon dioxide of such a vast amount that even if we stop blazing them right now still the harmful gas will be present in the atmosphere for several years. This rise in global temperature will result in melting of glaciers, permafrost, sea ice, rise in sea levels causing floods which can wipe away many regions from the face of the earth, drastic change in temperature affecting agriculture, extinction of forests and many species.

Hazelwood has participated in the preservation of the environment by planting teak trees 650 thousand. Such activities do not stop there, and always done continuously for the sake of keeping the teak forest sustainability is currently a primary capital in business travel at Hazelwood. Furniture production not only in the focus on making furniture with a quality wood but also on the utilization of wood waste from both roots, twigs or other wood waste. So biodiversity maintained for the life to come.