Within the scope of the Beat Plastic Pollution competition, 12 companies and organizations pledged to reduce single-use plastics. The competition unites representatives from civil society, the private sector, and embassies.
See the pledges of the participant institutions.
US Embassy Tbilisi, Georgia – pledges to reduce the use of pet bottles, single-use cutlery, plates, cups, plastic bags, and straws, while promoting the adoption of the reusable alternatives within the office and providing incentives their use;
The competition is organized with financial support from the German government within the Reducing Single-use Plastic Consumption project, which is implemented by CENN with support from GIZ, Prevent Waste Alliance, RARE and in partnership with ProCredit Bank. The media partner of the project is BMG;
Efes Georgia – pledges to strengthen their corporate responsibility and focus more on the single-use plastics usage
“The US Embassy is honored to be a part of CENN’s Beat Plastic Pollution Competition. We applaud this effort to reduce plastic waste and look forward to collaboration with other like-minded organizations committed to being good stewards of the environment,” says Kelly C. Degnan, United States Ambassador to Georgia.