At the official handover of ‘Give Back Life’ PET collection bins, Mr. Stanley Balasundaram - Regional Sales Manager (East) (Coca-Cola Beverages Sri Lanka Ltd.) and Vice Admiral Piyal De Silva, WWV & Bar, RWP, RSP, VSV, USP, ndu - The Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy
Promoting responsible disposal of PET plastics and concurrently the habit of recycling, Coca-Cola Beverages Sri Lanka Ltd. (CCBSL) recently handed over Give Back Life’ collection bins to the Trincomalee Eastern Command Naval Base during the Sri Lanka Navy’s programme to declare the dockyard as a “green and blue domain”. Coca-Cola is making headway in the recovery of PET plastic across Sri Lanka through such dynamic partnerships by locating its customized Coca-Cola ‘Give Back Life’ collection bins at strategic locations to inculcate the practice of the recovery and recycling of PET plastic bottles which can be turned into useful products such as brooms, brushes and yarn by Eco Spindles Pvt. Ltd. which leads to the creation of alternate livelihoods and a circular economy in Sri Lanka.
Vice Admiral Piyal De Silva, WWV & Bar, RWP, RSP, VSV, USP, ndu - The Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy addressing the delegation to the launch of the Eastern Command Naval Base as a ‘green and blue domain’
The “Give Back Life” PET collection bins at the Sri Lanka Navy Trincomalee Eastern Command Naval Base
Entrance of the Sri Lanka Navy Trincomalee Eastern Command Naval Base
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