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Environmental campaign

Environmental campaign

Multinational beverage company Coca-Cola launches an environmental campaign aimed at producing more recyclable bottles by 2030. Even the company’s partners will address how bottles and cans can be redesigned and repurposed through its ‘World Without Waste’ campaign. The launch Tuesday at Blue Leaf Macapagal Parañaque is attended by (from left): Anna Oposa, co-founder of Save Philippine Seas; Jonah de Lumen-Pernia, Coca-Cola Philippines Public Affairs and Communications director; Gareth McGeown, Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines Inc. president and CEO; Sung Yong Kim, US Ambassador to the Republic of the Philippine; Senator Cynthia Villar; Winn Everhart, Coca-Cola Philippines president and general manager; Marjorie Jalosjos, DILG assistant secretary; Atty. Juan Lorenzo Tañada, Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines Inc. director for Corporate and Regulatory Affairs.

Topics: Environmental campaign , Coca-Cola , World Without Waste
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