In Hosur, employees have worked on major environmental projects, rejuvenating lakes in two villages, to the benefit of the local communities. Therpet lake, once full of untreated wastewater, water hyacinths, millions of litres of sewage water and tons of waste, now holds non-polluted rainwater. In addition, wastewater flow has been addressed, fencing erected to protect the boundaries of the lake and a pathway created, with lights and benches, to make the area accessible to the local community. Employees also raise awareness of sustainability issues among the public, taking part in a walkathon and collecting rubbish as part of a plastic ban awareness campaign. Funds have also been donated funds to Vatsalyam, a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) to create a sustainable living space for children.
Employees at Aurangabad, are committed to improving the quality of life in local communities. In Shendra MIDC Aurangabad, various programmes have been launched and continue to help communities improve education for girls, health, sanitation, the environment and the empowerment of women through skill development initiatives.With the support of their NGO partner, they have established empowerment and skill development centres for women in four local villages. In addition, technology infrastructure has been built for 22 local primary schools, as well as 18 washrooms for female students, which has reduced the number of girls dropping out of school. Employees also planted more than 10,000 trees in nearby villages. Perkins Aurangabad has also donated ventilators to Maharashtra Government during the pandemic (COVID19) and distributed food grains and hygiene kits to 500 villagers.