KG Fabriks has bagged the first prize for ‘Water Conservation’ at the National Water Awards 2018. The company received the award from the Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, India. The company also signed an agreement with South India Textile Research Association (SITRA) for production of denim fabric with a new green reduction process and a dyeing process that will completely eliminate the hazardous reducing agents and the alkali used during indigo-dyeing.
KG Fabriks makes denim fabric and consumes just 6 litres of water to make a metre of denim as compared to others which use 60 litres per metre of denim. The company is connected 24/7 online to the water quality monitoring centre, Government of Tamil Nadu and is a zero solid and zero liquid discharge plant situated at the SIPCOT Industrial Complex in Perundurai.