Mukesh Ambani's secret behind 600-acre mangrove..!
Everyone knows that mukesh Ambani's reliance industries is in the crude oil refining, telecom, and retail sectors, but how many know that he is India's largest mango exporter. mukesh Ambani's reliance industries Group, the richest man in Asia, has the largest monopoly in Asia.
The crude oil refinery at Jamnagar in Gujarat, owned by reliance industries, was hit by massive pollution in 1997. It is noteworthy that there were many complaints and protests in this regard. This was followed by several warnings from the pollution Control Boards and the reliance industries refinery, and the problem erupted on a large scale. The management of reliance industries has decided to resolve the issue expeditiously.
Reliance industries has come up with the idea of setting up a mango orchard near the refinery to control pollution levels in the area where the refinery is located. This was followed by the planting of 1.3 lakh mangoes containing more than 200 varieties of mangoes on about 600 acres of land in an attempt to turn the barren land near the Jamnagar refinery into green space.
Reliance industries Group has set up a desalination plant to purify the 600-acre mango orchard and bring clean water to the orchard. As a result, pollution in the region gradually began to decline. The orchard was named Dhirubhai Ambani Lakkibak Amrai in memory of reliance industries founder Dhirubhai Ambani. About 127 varieties of mangoes are produced from this orchard every year and sold in india and worldwide.
In addition, reliance industries is the largest mango exporter in Asia, producing about 600 tonnes of mangoes a year from these 600 acres.