PepsiCo India awarded for saving over 17 billion litres of water
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday presented the prestigious award for Corporate Excellence to PepsiCo India for its efforts to save more than 17 billion litres of water
Established in 1999, the ACE recognises US companies that promote and uphold high standards as responsible members of their communities where they do business.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo on Thursday presented the prestigious award for corporate excellence to Pepsico India for its efforts to save more than 17 billions of litres of water through community water programs and positively impacting thousands of community members.
Other recipients of the award were Chambers Federation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Procter and Gamble Asia Pacific in Singapore and Agilis Partners in Uganda.
PepsiCo India has been named the global ACE winner in sustainable operations in the multinational enterprise category for its sustainable farming initiative in India.
The award recognised the company’s effort to save more than 17 billion litres of water through its community water programs and replenishing over 5 billion litres of water, positively impacting 60,000 community members.