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How would you achieve Sustainability in the Post COVID19 World ?

 When the Big companies which have missed their Quarter / Year target – would Sustainability even be a Board Room Discussion in the foreseeable future. Or would it be Relevance in front of their customers with products which may be seen as Luxury / Non Essential and thus not required? We survived without a boom box and now consider such products only make noise! For SME

How could 500 Billion Beverage Plastics Packaging be Sustainable?

How could 500 Billion Beverage Plastics Packaging be Sustainable? Can the earth take this load year after year?   Can India take innovative & sustainable path of Bottle to Bottle? Are we ready for using our plastics back to make & consume food grade bottles – a truly CIRCULAR Economy   An interesting panel chaired at Mumbai with BEVTECH. Thanks Dnyanesh ‘DV’ Darshane for organizing the same. Felt like a family with #Coke

Plastics Circularity session at Vigyan Bhawan

Just the sheer size & seating at Vigyan Bhawan amazes me. It reflects the size of Plastic Pollution for a small startup like Pro India! We continue to take small yet significant steps to conquer the challenge. This time rallying support towards CIRCULARITY at Vigyan Bhawan Circularity is the only solution to plastics. Creating a separate flow for plastics fractions which is not integrated with other solid waste management – is not! . Many brands are forced to take steps of

Pro India Creates Largest Plastic Pull Back Network

We are sure that businesses are aware of the ‘Plastic Waste Rules’ and its applicability. The regulation requires almost all companies that have plastics footprint (i.e plastics in their products or packaging) to ‘bring back such plastics from the consumers. This Extended Producers Responsibility is 50% for 2020 and 100% for 2022. Non-compliant companies are having serious ‘business continuity risks’. We at Pro India are a one-stop shop for all your plastic needs. We manage EPR compliance

Plastic in our oceans

Plastic in our oceans – What happens next? Plastic interferes with ocean life on a micro-scale as well, leading to exponential dangers to the ocean ecosystem. Image source: https://lnkd.in/fwJcwB6 | Image by Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Single-use plastic items are the biggest single group of waste found on seashores: products such as plastic cutlery, drink bottles, cigarette butts or cotton buds make up almost half of all sea litter. We are dedicated to Plastic Circularity & Solid Waste Management.

PRO India on Pyrolysis

What do you think of when you see plastics waste mixed with muck and everything else that you see lying along the roadside or brought back into landfills! Sure you cant think of recycling that. What’s the solution to plastics which are mixed with one another ( think of MLP where PE is mixed with Nylon and Aluminum) to create barrier properties that are Un-paralleled and at that cost. Making then Un-Recyclable too! What’s the solution? bringing them back ( long-distance

BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION

BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION

‘No Water, No Life, No Blue, No Green- Only Plastic’ Sadly, this our future! Can you foresee it? Apparently, we cannot but our nation’s young blood can. CEF/ PRO RECYCLING INDIA firmly aims to fight against plastic pollution by not only recycling the plastic but also, reducing the plastic waste at the household level. Children being the real setters have the power to influence their family members. To aware people about the management and recycling of plastic waste, we launched a

Why I Love Plastic-Free Bite Toothpaste Bits

Ever since Lush reverted to packaging its Toothy Tabs toothpaste tablets in plastic containers instead of compostable cardboard boxes, I’ve been brushing my teeth with plain baking soda mixed with essential oils. (I pour a bit in the palm of my hand and run my wet toothbrush through it.) This method is fine, and cheap, but I missed the convenience of the tablets, especially while travelling. Finally — well, okay, I may be a few months late to this party