Mr. Ram Prasad Saini loves to see greener world and he donates 100’s of tree every year to make it greener. He was given the responsibility as president to maintain “Sanganer Moksh-dham” (Funeral Ground) by the Sanganer community. He contributed not only financially but his time to make it clean and greener by planting more than 500 trees and maintaining them. To reduce the use of wood into funeral process Mr. Saini introduced cow dung sticks and make people aware about it, now these sticks are used for funeral and saves many mature trees every year and by selling cow dung farmers are also getting healthy income.
Ram Prasad Saini has a vision for Recycle, Minimum use of natural resources, bio-degradable and sustainable goods. At Kalpana Paper he conducts Seminars and factory visits for students to share knowledge, skill and his experiences to the next generation. They get practical exploration and knows the hard work, materials are used in making a piece of paper.
Rakhi (Rakshabandhan) is one of the most celebrated festival of India. Traditionally this festival is celebrated to rejoice the promises of a brother as oaths to protect his sister from every obstacle. We at Kalpana Paper has sent more than 25000 Rakhees, Gifts to show our gratitude to our brave soldiers who cannot come home to celebrate and are fighting at the boarder to protect the nation.
Kalpana Paper has a clear vision for “Reduce, Reuse & Recycle”. For better part of the life Kalpana Paper collaborate with corporates to distribute Plantable Paper Cards, Plants or Seeds on Festivals, Events & Environment Day.
Mr. Trilok Saini is taking seminar of students of well known engineering college and giving answer of students and enthusiasm them to be part of eco-friendly business and how beautiful when you do something for your artisan community to improve living standard.
Ministers of Norway visited to Kalpana Paper and request for recycle agro waste of East Africa into paper and provide employment there. We agreed to take this as a challenge so our team researched & stared working on it. With the help of govt. of Norway we collaborated with Uganda organisation (2012-2015). We sent our craftsman, machines and team there to train and we received Uganda citizens into our Company in India for training. We successfully completed it and now this organisation is making paper in Uganda and providing employment to local peoples.