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Collective Responsibility to Reduce Pollution in India

As filter suppliers who can impact the level of emission from a cement plant, we have a responsibility to minimize the environmental impact, particularly in developing countries where pollution levels are already high. India, for example, has been facing a severe air pollution crisis, with many of its cities ranking among the most polluted in the world.

As responsible stakeholders, it is our duty to take steps to reduce these emissions and minimize the harm caused to local communities and the environment.

At Maxtech, we take the health and well-being of our customers very seriously, and we understand the important role that our filters play in reducing exposure to harmful pollutants.

We are committed to being transparent and forthright about the performance of our filters. To that end, we provide detailed specifications, testing and certification information, and clear instructions for maintenance and replacement. We also have a clear process in place for addressing any concerns or complaints about the performance of our filters.

We understand that the failure of filters can have serious health impacts, particularly for people with respiratory issues or other health conditions that are sensitive to air pollution. That is why we take the quality and reliability of our filters very seriously.

We are committed to doing our part to address the air pollution crisis in India and other developing countries and the following are our principles:

  • Work with proven technologies that can reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency with an unbiased perspective

  • Implement good BH maintenance and reporting systems to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.

  • Engage with plants to understand their concerns and address any issues that may arise.

  • Share knowledge with cement manufacturers and industry groups to share best practices and promote good practices across the sector.

  • As a responsible supplier, we believe that it is our societal duty to be transparent about where the raw materials are sourced from. This ensures reliable repeatability of performance and that plants meet emission standards. We urge other suppliers to take a proactive approach to disclose the sourcing of your filter bags.

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