Advisors Mhathung, Zhaleo Rio inaugurate plastic recycling industry in Dimapur

Dimapur: M/S CY Enterprise was founded in 2020 with a vision to create affordable materials and structural products from plastic waste

BY | Saturday, 5 August, 2023

Today, at Bamunpukhri-B Village, Dimapur, Nagaland,  Advisor Mhathung Yanthan (Special Invitee) and Zhaleo Rio (Guest of Honor), Advisor, Urban Development & Municipal Affairs, jointly inaugurated M/S CY Enterprise. This enterprise was founded in 2020 by the young local entrepreneur Yanrenthung Ovung (Co-founder) with a vision to create affordable materials and structural products from plastic waste, thus contributing to a better future for the next generation.

The Vision and Mission of M/S CY Enterprise are focused on reducing the chronic effects of plastic waste globally and building plastic-free cities and towns with durable and sustainable infrastructure. The company aims to eliminate plastic waste from the ecosystem and improve the current waste management practices. To achieve these goals, M/S CY Enterprise plans to create social structures like public wastebin toilets, shelter homes, and parking areas using plastic tiles, thereby reducing plastic dumping in the environment.

Advisor Mhathung Yanthan expressed his happiness for this initiative and emphasized the importance of making environmental concerns a top priority. He encouraged everyone to play a role in tackling the plastic menace and protecting the ecological system. As plastic is non-degradable, it has become a crisis, and environmental solutions are vital for the survival of humanity. He commended the proprietor for his commitment and sincerity in taking up this project with the help of technology and innovation.

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Zhaleo Rio appreciated the educated youths for their contributions and encouragement to the State government. He encouraged young people to focus on entrepreneurship, emphasizing the importance of individual vision and progress for the betterment of society. He highlighted the principles of reusing and recycling waste, stating that waste is wealth. He urged everyone to replicate such projects to promote local products and mitigate waste.

The inauguration ceremony began with a prayer by Rev. AK Jami, Sr. Associate Pastor LBC, Purana Bazaar, seeking God’s blessings before the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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