Will increase investments in recycling in collaboration with industry, governments: Tetra Pak


New Delhi: Tetra Pak will continue to invest in strengthening collection and recycling in collaboration with industry, central and state governments, the packaging company said in its sustainability report released on Wednesday.

The report said over 80% of Tetra Pak packages sold in India now display the FSC logo indicating that paperboard used in them is made from “responsibly sourced wood”. Tetra Pak, which works with Amul, Nestle and Coca-Cola among various other consumer goods companies within foods and beverages, said in the report it has aligned with 16 companies across juices, dairy, pharma, liquor and packaging to double collection and recycling of used paper cartons by 2025.

The report said Tetra Pak has invested 23 million euros between 2012 and 2019, and increased its facilities from 40 in 2002 to more than 170 now.





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