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Top Companies Responsible for Marine Waste

Top Companies Responsible for Marine Waste Scree127

The analysis highlights the top 14 companies responsible for majority of marine waste. Companies which accounts for less than 2% of marine waste was categorized under ‘Other’.
The top 14 companies responsible for the largest marine waste along with the percentages are as follows;
1. Uniliver (14%)
2. The Coca-Cola company (10%)
3. Ceylon Biscuits Limited (9%)
4. Nestle (7%)
5. Cargills Ceylon PLC (7%)
6. Maliban Biscuit Manufacturers Pvt Ltd (6%)
7. Perfetti Van Melle (6%)
8. Ceylon Cold Stores PLC (5%)
9. Hemas Holdings PLC (4%)
10. Prima Ceylon Pvt Ltd (4%)
11. Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd (3%)
12. PepsiCo, Inc. (3%)
13. Lanka Milk Foods (CWE) PLC (2%)
14. Milco Pvt Ltd (2%)

All remaining 74 companies accounted for 20% of the surveyed marine waste brands. This analysis indicates how the top 6 companies are responsible for over 50% of the marine waste found in Sri Lanka. The top 14 companies are overall responsible for 80% of all branded marine waste. Almost all of the top surveyed marine waste includes plastic wrapping, PET bottles and sachets (<65ml/g).

https://pearlprotectors.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Marine-Waste-Brand-Audit-Report.pdf

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CHRONICLE™ wrote:Top Companies Responsible for Marine Waste

Top Companies Responsible for Marine Waste Scree127

The analysis highlights the top 14 companies responsible for majority of marine waste. Companies which accounts for less than 2% of marine waste was categorized under ‘Other’.
The top 14 companies responsible for the largest marine waste along with the percentages are as follows;
1. Uniliver (14%)
2. The Coca-Cola company (10%)
3. Ceylon Biscuits Limited (9%)
4. Nestle (7%)
5. Cargills Ceylon PLC (7%)
6. Maliban Biscuit Manufacturers Pvt Ltd (6%)
7. Perfetti Van Melle (6%)
8. Ceylon Cold Stores PLC (5%)
9. Hemas Holdings PLC (4%)
10. Prima Ceylon Pvt Ltd (4%)
11. Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd (3%)
12. PepsiCo, Inc. (3%)
13. Lanka Milk Foods (CWE) PLC (2%)
14. Milco Pvt Ltd (2%)

All remaining 74 companies accounted for 20% of the surveyed marine waste brands. This analysis indicates how the top 6 companies are responsible for over 50% of the marine waste found in Sri Lanka. The top 14 companies are overall responsible for 80% of all branded marine waste. Almost all of the top surveyed marine waste includes plastic wrapping, PET bottles and sachets (<65ml/g).

https://pearlprotectors.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Marine-Waste-Brand-Audit-Report.pdf

Is this John Keells propoganda?CCS is way more than 5% and John Keells has office space in the harbour, which means the holding company too has to be in this list holding atleast 2% share of polluting.

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