Singapore’s Ecogreen Energy Pvt Ltd said its Managing Director (MD) Rakesh Agarwal and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ankit Agarwal have resigned from their posts. The group’s Global CEO Charles Zhang will take charge of India operations.
The board in its meeting Wednesday has decided to change its top management in India, a company statement said. The company runs three three large integrated solid waste management projects in India, covering entire cities of Gurugram, Faridabad, Lucknow and Gwalior.
The decision to change management has come amid various complaints related to day to day operations of the company, especially waste collection. The company said its Managing Director Rakesh Agarwal and CEO Ankit Agarwal have resigned from their positions giving way to the new management to take over.
The board has recommended Charles Zhang, Global CEO to take up additional charge as Managing Director of India operations. Read More
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