BPCL has over the years, understood the need of its role in this ever sensitive ecological diversity for maintaining a balance.
NISARG Energising lives, in harmony with nature. A verse from the Atharvaveda reads 'O earth! What of thee I dig out Let that quickly grow over! Let me not hit thy vitals or thy heart.'
BPCL is committed to attain the highest standard in health, safety environment and security performances and in pursuit of good governance of the same, the Corporate HSE put in place HSE&S system during 2007.
BPCL has taken steps to develop non conventional/ renewable resources of energy and has undertaken various initiatives in tapping non conventional energy sources like bio diesel, wind energy, solar energy and fuel cells in order to develop such alternate sources of energy.
Environment, Energy, Safety and Health are given utmost priority in Mumbai Refinery. BPCL Mumbai refinery is certified under ISO 14001 (Environment Management System) since May 1998. Mumbai Refinery was among the first refinery in the country to form an independent Energy & Environmental Cell in the year 1962. It is our endeavor to achieve excellence in the above critical areas while carrying out the day-to-day business operation.
When life began on earth 3 billion years ago, its atmosphere contained gases, most of which would be poisonous to much of the present life form. Whatever life form evolved on the earth in the initial phase could thus survive only under water.
With the changing attitudes of people all over the world about energy conservation, we'd like to present some energy saving tips for you to consider. Keeping in mind that your comfort at home is a high priority, these tips and little known facts are a way not only to help you lower your energy bills, but at the same time keep you comfortable in your own home. Where can you best save power in a household? Lighting alone accounts for over nine percent of the annual power consumption. If we follow a few simple tips the power consumption can actually come down by approx. 20 percent.”