PLASTINDIA FOUNDATION creates the World’s – ” largest Tshirt” made from 100 % Recycled Plastics PET waste

Plastindia Foundation makes World’s – “Largest T-Shirt” out of 100% recycled plastic waste from 200,000 PET bottles to enter Guinness World Records Mumbai. January 05, 2018. The largest T-Shirt of size (69.77 metres width x 96.86 metres height) was made from cloth created out of 100 % recycled plastic waste which equalled 200,000 bottles catapulted Plastindia Foundation into the Guinness World Records. The apex body of the plastics industry in India, Plastindia Foundation took up this...[ ]

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Respite for the Common Man of India from 28 % GST on plastics goods

With the announcement of the recommendations for reduction of GST Rates on various plastics items with effect November 15, 2017 by the GST council in its meeting dated 10th November at Guwahati , The Common Man and the Poorest of Poor can heave a sign of relief. Especially so, when GST on Plastics items of their use like plastics floorings, plastic fabric, plastics furniture ,plastic flask ,plastics sanitary and bath fittings and all miscellaneous plastics products...[ ]

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PLASTINDIA FOUNDATION delegation meeting with Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Hon’ble Minister

PLASTINDIA FOUNDATION (PIF) delegation consisting of K K Seksaria  – President , Rajeev Chitalia -NEC Chairman PLASTINDIA 2018, Atul Kanuga – Chairman PIF Environment Committee and Sameer Joshi – Member Environment Committee  had a very purposeful meeting  with Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi , Hon’ble Union Minister for Minority Affairs and Vice President ,  Bharatiya Janata Party at New Delhi on 19 Sep 2017. He was briefed regarding PIF and its various activities such as, Plastindia Exhibition,...[ ]

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On September 8th 2017, Barefoot College was selected for receiving funding under the Waste Management Seed Grant of Rs. 5,00,000 funded by the U.S. Consulate General, Mumbai.  Plastindia Foundation partnered with Barefoot College and supported the Rural Waste Management initiative with expert guidance, timely material procurement and networking with relevant sources. With this collaborative effort, Barefoot have been able to raise funds and will soon transform Chota Narena into a model village for end-to-end waste management, a model that...[ ]

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