The FMCG sector of India is all the rage these days and we are seeing a rising trend in the companies that are turning to FMCG for more profits and as this demand increases the amount of concerns for the impact of FMCG on the environment also increases
As the growing concern is mounting tensions in the FMCG sector there have been protests against the companies to abandon the use of plastics in packaging and find and use a eco-friendly option that will benefit everyone and not just as single person.
The FMCG majors in India have launched a new platform for waste management named Karo Sambhav which will focus on creating a good eco system for the collection of post packaging and optimizing the recycle processes and make the sector less harmful for the environment Developed by industry body — Packaging Association for Clean Environment (PACE) over the past year, 'Karo Sambhav' aims to ensure that no recyclable packaging material ends up in landfills by 2025. FMCG companies, especially beverage firms like Pepsi India and Bisleri India and Coca Cola India have been stating that nearly 90 per cent of the PET bottles are recycled and are pushing for keeping the 200 ml bottles out of the products that are likely to be banned.
So we expect the FMCG to stop facing outrage and criticism that it has been facing in the past couple of months following the climate emergency declared by the world.
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