Bisleri International partners with educational institutions to focus on plastic disposal and recycling

Aiming to provide exceptional learning opportunities to students while committing to create a greener future for all

Bisleri International has partnered with leading educational institutions for its sustainability programme ‘Bottles For Change’. The objective of the partnership is to create awareness about the potential for recycling used plastic and educate students on the importance of managing it.

For the current fiscal year, Bisleri plans to engage with over 200 institutions to empower students to become change-makers for the future. The ‘Bottles For Change’ initiative is currently operational in 7 cities, and Bisleri plans to expand the programme to Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Gandhinagar in Gujarat during the year.

The educational institutions partnered with Bottles For Change include Amity University; SRM Institute of Science and Technology; Tata Institute of Social Science; TERI School of Advanced Studies; Institute of Hotel Management; MGR Educational and Research Institution; Bombay Cambridge School; Podar International School; and Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School.

The programme focuses on educating the youth about mitigating plastic waste and building a circular economy. It will teach students to treat used plastic as a valuable resource by segregating and disposing of it responsibly to prevent it from entering landfills.

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