Nw Delhi: Nippon Paint (India), Asia’s leading paint manufacturer completed the painting of the National Highway near Ranipet toll gate. A 47,341 Sft.Ft of the highway was painted by Nippon Paint as a part of their CSR initiative in the span of three months. The newly painted National Highway near Ranipet tollgate was beautified in association with Ms. Kamini, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Vellore, Dr. R. Sivakumar, Superintendent of Police, Ranipet and K.T. Poorani, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Ranipet in the presence of several Nippon Paint representatives.
People from the nearby villages and the vehicles which cross the highway will be benefitted from the newly spruced up bridge. Approximately 3000 liters of Exterior emulsion and 1400 liters of Exterior Wall Primer were utilized to beautify the national highway. Nippon Paint’s superior Exterior will beautify and protect the walls. Five artists and ten painters were involved in the beautification of the Ranipet bridge. Apart from the bridge, the interiors of the family counseling room, child-friendly corner, and the lock-up rooms in the Police Station of Ranipettai, Arokanam, and Sholinghur were also painted.
Through this project, Nippon Paint wanted to convey the message of Eco-friendliness, sustainability and living in harmony with the flora and fauna. The walls are painted with murals around the theme -living in harmony with nature. It covers artistic work on agriculture, wildlife, portraits of people from different walks of life amongst others.
Speaking about the project, S Mahesh Anand, President – Decorative Paint, Nippon Paint India commented, “We are very happy to have collaborated with Ms Kaminito paint the National Highway stretch. We are also certain that the newly painted bridge will cheer the villagers and the vehicles, which cross the bridge every day. Eco-friendliness and sustainability are reflected in all of Nippon Paint’s operations, products and CSR initiatives. Beautifying the city forms a huge part of our CSR initiatives. We hope that the passers-by will receive our message about the importance of respecting nature and keeping public spaces clean.”
Speaking further about the project, Kamini, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Vellore commented, “We are thrilled to partner with Nippon Paint for this very special project. I think the newly painted bridge looks beautiful and we are receiving a lot of appreciation from the residents of Ranipet and the passers-by. We are thankful to Nippon Paint for collaborating with us on this initiative.”