MOL Pakistan donates water filtration plant

MOL Pakistan donates water filtration plant

F.P. Report

ISLAMABAD: MOL Pakistan Oil and Gas Company B.V. has donated a state-of-the-art water filtration plant for the residents of Margalla Block.
A simple ceremony was held where Syed Zeeshan Naqvi, Deputy Mayor of Islamabad along with Ali Murtaza Abbas, MOL Group Regional Vice President for Middle East, Africa, and Pakistan formally inaugurated the plant.
At the inaugural, the Deputy Mayor said, “Some communities of the federal capital are facing lack of clean drinking water; therefore, I am thankful to the management of MOL Pakistan for this facility. It is commendable that the company has completed a number of other Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives including tree plantation campaigns in the capital and donated another water filtration plant in F-7. I hope that the company will further such CSR activities for the betterment of our society.”
While talking to the local community, Ali Murtaza Abbas said, “MOL Group is a responsible corporate entity that values the health and safety of those residing in our operational areas, wherever we operate globally. By providing this water facility in Margalla Block, MOL Group has once again illustrated our dedication to the well-being of local communities and improved their access to clean drinking water.” He assured that MOL Pakistan, a fully owned subsidiary of MOL Group, operating in the country since 1999, would continue to support corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in the future as well.
The water filtration plant has been installed in the community with the capacity to provide 1,000 liters of clean drinking water per hour. Residents of the Margalla Block thanked MOL Pakistan for this important life-sustaining provision and pledged to take the responsibility of the maintenance and upkeep of the water filtration plant.

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