HUL to spend Rs100 crore on water conservation2 min read . Updated: 16 Apr 2015, 10:22 PM IST
The foundation looks to create potential for generating 500 billion litres of water by the end of the decade
Mumbai: Water scarcity is a stark reality, and one that is expected to get worse. As a step to address the water problem, Hindustan Unilever Foundation, the non-profit arm of India’s largest packaged consumer products maker, on Thursday said it will spend ₹ 100 crore to conserve and create potential for generating 500 billion litres of water by the end of the decade.
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