Nestle Pakistan, District Council Hunza, Gilgit Baltistan Waste Management Company (GBWMC) and Karakoram Area Development Organization (KADO) have marked a MoU for ‘Clean Hunza Project’.
The task is upheld by the organization’s Nestlé Fruita Vitals and Nestlé Pure Life brands. “Clean Hunza Project”is part of District Council Hunza activity to make it the principal plastic pack free area in the nation.
The company will also be distributing 10,000 reusable bags in the community during 2020 as part of the project. KADO will extend support for different community awareness activities.
Nestle’s participation in the project will focus on waste segregation, management of the site and recycling system for Hunza a famous vacationer goal – with District Council Hunza, GBWMC and backing from KADO for bringing issues to light in the networks.
Nestle Pakistan’s organization in the activity will support squander the executives of 150,000 kgs of plastics yearly in Phase I, trailed by assortment of 50,000 kgs paper bundling (utilized drink containers) in Phase II in the territory with an expansion of 10% every year.
Waqar Ahmad, Head of Corporate Affairs, Nestlé Pakistan, while highlighting the company’s global commitment to tackle plastic waste, said, “This project marks the beginning of Nestlé Pakistan’s journey to reduce the environmental impact of plastic packaging by improving the management and recycling of various kinds of plastic packaging, in line with UN SDGs. Globally we aim to make 100% of our packaging recyclable and reusable by 2025.”
Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage company. It is present in 191 countries around the world, and its 328,000 employees are committed to Nestlé’s purpose of enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. Nestlé offers a wide portfolio of products and services for people and their pets throughout their lives. Nestlé Pakistan is also a signatory of “Clean Green Pakistan” initiative.