Governor inaugurates CCBPL water filtration plant

Karachi, October 23, 2014: Governor Punjab Muhammad Sarwar, inaugurated a water filtration plant at Saint John’s Boys High School, Youhanabad, which has been set up by Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited (CCBPL) as part of its social responsibility program. The plant capacity is 2000 liters per hour and can serve over 20,000 people every day. CCBPL has earlier installed a water filtration plant in Malir, Karachi, in partnership with Rotary International Pakistan.

Speaking at the occasion, Director Public Affairs and Communication at CCBPL, Zafar Abbas Jafri said, “In our pursuit of protecting the water resources that sustain communities, this water filtration plant has been built with the humble contribution of CCBPL in partnership with The Clean Water Trust to provide clean and healthy drinking water to the community of Youhanabad.” Keeping alive the mission of CCBPL, more water filtration plants will be installed in other under-developed parts of the country on a continuous basis..

CCBPL places the issue of water usage, which is fundamental for the business, as the heart of the environment policy; Water is one of the most essential resources of life and also the main ingredient of beverages. In order to establish a water-sustainable operation this is key to CCBPL business success and to the welfare of the communities.