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Digital CSR Study

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India was first introduced in April 2014 following an amendment in Companies Act, 2013. Since the applicability of this mandatory law, CSR spending in India has significantly increased since 2014-15. PRO India Solutions has been actively involved in various social programs of their own like awareness programs for waste-pickers and school children. The primary aims of this project study and explore corporate partnerships for the

Sustainability is Survival

With the unprecedented crisis created by the COVID – 19 pandemic, corporates today are forced to rethink about their sustainable initiatives. These involve a commitment of significant resource to reduce the environmental impact that the companies create in the areas of carbon intensity, water scarcity, resource utilization & circularity. There are chances that these multiyear, multimillion-dollar initiatives can be put on the back-burner for the time being when there is liquidity crunch and the cash flows are shrinking. We

Pro India Franchise | PLASTIC WASTE = MONEY

Plastic as a packaging material has become most convenient and economical for the industry in general and FMCG in particular. It is known that ‘plastic circular economy’ can be created to profitably bring back used plastic to the mainstream economy.   Please Register Here to become a Franchisee of Pro India.   We are doing a VC Meeting to explain the Franchise Opportunity with Pro India- tomorrow with our partners Franchise India. We would answer all your


As Lockdown is getting lifted, companies are realizing that consumer preference is rapidly changing and moving away from the products & services offered. If you are in B2B business, you may be away from direct consumer yet getting affected by low & uncertain Customer demand for your OEM products. In such a situation, you may want to find new customers for your business. How do you start prospecting Customers during this post lockdown times where

How could the Municipality implement Plastic Waste Rules?

How could the Municipality implement Plastic Waste Rules ? Does the Corporation not have a score of priorities to meet first – electricity, water, cleanliness , land use, public health to name a few. Yes and also solid waste management. Deeply honored to conduct a session with Municipal Commissioners and PCB Heads of multiple states as they learn about Plastics Waste and struggle to implement the same. While some of us wonder why the corporation is not aggressively supporting the PWM

Delhi’s IGI Airport becomes single-use plastic free airport

NEW DELHI: GMR-led Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) said on Monday that Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport has become free of single-use plastic usage. The Confederation of Indian Industry-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development (CII-ITC CESD) that supports the business community towards achieving sustainability has certified DIAL for its successful voluntary implementation of single-use plastic-free airport measures within IGI Airport’s operations. “Our objective to make Delhi Airport free from single-use plastic is in line with the Prime Minister’s vision to

HUL declares war on plastic with cardboard deodorant and bamboo toothbrush

When Hindustan Unilever (HUL) decided to put a curve on its best-selling Pond’s talc pack some time back, its patrons may have assumed the move was aimed at breaking the monotony of the cylindrical shape used for decades. While breaking the boredom was one of the reasons, the slight curve at the belly of Pond’s talc packs allowed the consumer goods giant to save one-third of the plastic that goes into each pack. More recently, its distributors found that 

Have we failed single use plastic ban challenge?

A year after Maharashtra government banned single-use plastic in the state, Mirror Now went on-ground to check the extent to which Mumbaikars have stopped using plastic. The industry was given 2-years of time to come up with alternatives for the multi-layer packaging and it did not come up with it. With this pace, I don’t think India can reach that level by 2020: Dinesh Raj, CSE to Mirror Now.   Source : Mirror Now Share About Us

Mumbai Airport to Go Plastic-Free

Mumbai airport will be plastic-free from October 2 (Wednesday), announced the GVK-run airport on Monday. The Mumbai International Airport Limited released a notice which laid out the guidelines of plastic-ban in accordance with the Government of India. “The airport has banned all single-use plastic items including disposable cutlery made up of thermocol (polystyrene or plastic), PET/PETE bottles (less than 200 ml), plastic bags (with/without handle), disposable dish/bowl for food packaging, straws, thermocol items and bubble wraps,” a Mumbai International Airport Ltd