In the above topics, we can see how new ideas have been taken to prevent plastic waste as a form of technology or amendment. Let’s look at some big brands and take a pledge for plastic waste elimination by 2025.
Over 250 organizations, including Coca Cola, Lo’real, H&M in April, have pledged to eradicate plastic waste by 2025.
All promised that 100% of their plastic packaging would be reused, recycled or composted within seven years.
The aim is to combat plastic waste pollution, which is harming the seas.
New Delhi Based Energy and Resource institute estimated around 43 per cent of plastic manufactured is used for packaging.
On September 4, 2019, Amazon India announced that it was committed to eliminating single-use plastics from its packaging by June 2020.
Flipkart released a statement saying it had achieved a 25 per cent fall in single-use plastics through various initiatives across its packaging value chain.
In 2019, Tata Power Power Club Enerji (TPCE) promoted the “Swacchata Hi Seva” campaign in India.
2000 Club Enerji students participated in a series of beach cleanliness drives and plastic awareness campaigns.
The campaign was held in Gujarat, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal for two weeks.
A total of 2853 Tata Power employees participated and collectively contributed.
During the drive, the company successfully collected and arranged environment-friendly disposal of over 80248 tons of plastic waste.
They have organized two awareness rallies in Thane to sensitize locals to ‘Save Water’ and ‘Say No to Plastic’ while concluding the two-week-long campaign.