waste recycling management and cartons fully recyclable

Swedish PM Stefan Lovfen praises Tetra Pak's initiatives

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven was invited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate the ‘Make in India Week’. It was a proud moment for Tetra Pak when he also visited the Tetra Pak site at Chakan and lauded the world class standards that led to the facility being awarded the IGBC ‘Green Building’ platinum certification and several food safety awards. He also appreciated how Tetra Pak is not only making it possible to deliver safe packaged foods to every corner of India but also fulfilling its environmental responsibilities by setting up a recycling ecosystem to enable recycling of more and more of the used cartons. For him, Tetra Pak was a great example of ‘Make in India’ and ‘Make for India’.

Super Factories: Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak’s state-of-the-art plant at Chakan is the largest facility outside of Sweden and home to the packaging material factory in India. It is one of the best performing amongst the 42 Tetra Pak factories worldwide, delivering world-class packaging material to local and international markets. This episode of Super Factories on the National Geographic Channel takes you on a tour of Tetra Pak’s IGBC (Platinum) certified state-of-the-art Chakan facility and shows how it delivers on the company’s brand promise -- 'PROTECTS WHAT'S GOOD'. Read More

India Leadership Seminar 2017

On August 30th and 31st, Tetra Pak organized a leadership seminar, playing host to 100+ leaders from the food and beverage industry, senior representatives of Government and other stakeholders. Two days dedicated to discussing the ‘The Future of Technology’, ‘The Future Consumer’ and the ‘Future of Food & Packaging’. And, a showcase of future ready technologies and solutions being developed by Tetra Pak. Watch this video to find out more Read More


“Mission Possible” with Robert Swan: How are Tetra Pak cartons recycled?

Tetra Pak cartons are primarily paper-based and fully recyclable. The company has been working in partnership with government agencies, NGOs, the waste trade and recyclers over the last 15 years to build a sustainable used cartons collection and recycling ecosystem. It enables used beverage cartons to get a new life, and in the process, providing waste pickers an additional livelihood opportunity. Well-known environment champion Robert Swan, the first person in history to walk to both Poles, takes us through the fascinating story of how Tetra Pak cartons get collected and recycled - and give back to society. Read More