Milestones & Initiatives

BOTTLES FOR CHANGE LaunchOn the World environment day i.e 5th June 2018, Bisleri launched “BOTTLES FOR CHANGE”, a Plastic Recycling initiative that focuses on efficient disposal and recycling of plastic. The idea is to create a positive impact on the environment, ensure that it is sustainable and emphasize on the fact that plastic is a versatile material, has an afterlife.This launch event was supported and graced by dignitaries like Mr. Ramdas Kadam, Minister of Environment, Government of Maharashtra, Mr. Aditya Thackeray, President Yuva Sena, among others.

BOTTLES FOR CHANGE Corridor at Tata Mumbai Marathon 2018At the 2018 Tata Mumbai Marathon, Bisleri International created a 20 feet long installation – corridor made out of 5000 used plastic bottles and encouraged participants to run through and pledge their support for correct plastic disposal, reuse and recycling. As athletes and runners ran through ‘Bisleri’s BOTTLES FOR CHANGE corridor’, they pledged to recycle with Bisleri’s CSR initiative ‘BOTTLES FOR CHANGE’. On behalf of every runner who ran through the corridor, Bisleri sponsored meals for an entire year to the waste picker’s children who are currently being educated at the PBVS (Parisar Bhagini Vikas Sangh) study centre, Chembur. As a result, About 25000 participants pledged to recycle plastic at the TATA Mumbai Marathon.

Bisleri is a World Record HolderSupporting the Swachh Bharat mission, Bisleri initiated a plastic bottle collection & recycling awareness drive in schools. On October 4th, 2015, Bisleri entered the Guinness World Records and Limca Book of Records for collecting highest number of PET bottles for recycling, through a school contact programme reaching out to over 2 lakh students. Bisleri surpassed the earlier record by collecting 23,538.9 kgs of PET bottles i.e. 1.1 million bottles!


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