What you can do????

HERE IS SOMETHING THAT YOU CAN DO

Lets demand the corporate for a stronger waste policy…

Use the sample letter and the contact information given below

Forward… Mail… Post… Demand for a Buy back of their own waste..

(Given below is the sample letter that you can forward)

List of few Corporates that can be demanded to buy their waste :

oAmul 

Amul
Mftd by: Gujarat Co-op. Milk. Mktg.Fed. Ltd.,
Anand-388 001, India

Communiication Department (Gujarat)

J Shukla

Ph: 692-221289

hjshukla@amul.coop


Tide

Tide Procter & Gamblw Home products Ltd
http://www.pg.com/en_IN/company/contact-us.shtml
Consumer relations:
022-24942113


Tata

Leela Business Park, Andheri- Kurla Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai 400 059 (Mahrashtra)
Cpb.feedback@tatachemicals.com
(022) 66437 400


pepsodent

Pepsodent
PO/Box No: 14760
Mumbai:400 099

LEVER.CARE@UNILIVER.COM
1800-10-22-221


Parle Agro

Parle Agro
MOH-EPICU AGRO products Pvt Ltd,
Village- Mohra, G.T. Road, Ambala-133 0001,Haryana

EHS – Environment Health and Safety department

Pravin shinbe

Pravin.shinbe@parleagro.com


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Contact
Mailing Address:
PepsiCo India, 3B, DLF Corporate Park, ‘S’ Block, Qutab Enclave, Phase-III
Gurgaon – 122002
Haryana, India
Tel: 0124-2880699, 0124-2355880

For Customer Care:
Email: consumer.feedback@pepsico.com
Call 1800 224 020


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Corporate Communications
Johnson & Johnson Ltd.
501 Arena Space
Behind Majas Bus Depot
Off Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road
Jogeshwari (E)
Mumbai 400 060

Contact no: 022 66646464
Email: Contactus@jnjindia.com

Consumer Products Division

Email care@jnjindia.com
Toll Free No 1800 22 8111


Britannia

Customore care cell:
Britannia gardens, Old airport road, Vimanapura, Bangalore-560 017

CSR Department

Dipti sudhir (Bangalore)

080-30787903

diptis@britindia.com


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DS Headquarters,
C-7-10, Dharampal Satyapal (DS) Road,
Sector-67, Noida-201301 (U.P) India
Ph : +91-120-4032200
Fax : +91-120 2522592
E-mail : rajnigandha@dsgroup.com
Toll Free Number : 18001030112 


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Contact
Mailing Address:
PepsiCo India, 3B, DLF Corporate Park, ‘S’ Block, Qutab Enclave, Phase-III
Gurgaon – 122002
Haryana, India
Tel: 0124-2880699, 0124-2355880

For Customer Care:
Email: consumer.feedback@pepsico.com
Call 1800 224 020


cadburry

Cadbury India Ltd,
19, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai 400 026, At: Malanpur Industrial Area, Bhind-477 116
suggestions@cadburyinida.com
Ph: 1800 22 7080


colgate

Mftd by: Colgate- Palmolive(India) Ltd,
Plot No. 158, Kundaim Industrial Estate,
Goa-403115
Consumeraffairs_india@colpal.com
PH: 1800-225599

CSR Department: Rini

bp_rini_dsouza@colpal.com


Nestle Maggi

Nestle Maggi
Nestle Cosumer services,
P.O Bag No.2.
New Delhi-110001
contact@in.nestle.com
ph: 01244121212


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Procter & Gamble,
India P&G plaza, Cardinal Gracias Road,
Chakala, Andheri (E),
Mumbai – 400099

T: (91-22) 2826 6000


Given below is the sample letter that you can forward:

From,
(your name)
To,
(corporate address)
Dear Sir/ Madam,
We would like to congratulate you for the pioneering work that you have been doing in becoming a socially responsible corporation.
In India, one deep concern of ours is the 56 lakh tonnes of plastic waste that is generated annually. Though words like RECYCLE, REUSE or REDUCE have gained more ground as we have started to recognize the magnitude of the problem over the past 4-5 years, there is still a lot to be done at the grassroots level.
One of the powerful ways that we have found for solving this problem is the principle of Extended Producer Responsibility and the strategy of Buyback Policy.  This means that the company producing the packaged waste should make provisions to have it collected and safely processed. If there is an economic value created for the waste, it will not end up in landfills or incinerators. We are sure that such Buyback Policies will have a major impact on Swacch Bharat.
Leading multinational companies like Nokia have shown their leadership in India and have taken the onus of reducing the waste produced not only by their own brand but by others too. They have been working on this since 2008 and have been evolving along the guidelines of E-waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2012 and have become RoHS (Reduction of Hazardous Substances) compliant since 2006. They supported a campaign to have school children collect and take back waste phones, batteries and chargers.
A lot of plastic, mostly packaging waste, has started accumulating either in drains, rivers, oceans or are ending in landfills – thus polluting ecosystems all over the country. There are a many companies who are producing packaged products but few who are taking responsibility for the waste produced from the packaging materials that are thrown away after the product is consumed.
We are sure you will agree that it is an urgent need to deal with the waste crisis. We would like to request you to develop a Buyback policy for packaged waste from your products in India. This could be a priority with your CSR funds. We look forward to hearing some positive news from you.
Best wishes,
(your name)
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