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Kodaikanal Mercury Factory – Contamination Response, India

The safety of our employees and the communities in which we operate is our number one priority. In 2001, after becoming aware of an environmental breach at our former factory in Kodaikanal, we immediately closed the factory and launched an investigation.

HUL’s Khamgaon factory wins the ‘Vasundhara’ Award

The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) bestowed HUL’s Khamgaon factory with the prestigious ‘Vasundhara’ Award on the occasion of World Environment Day. Hon’ble State Minister for Environment Shri Ramdas Kadam and other dignitaries attended the award ceremony.

HUL's Rajpura factory bags a gold

Hindustan Unilever Limited’s Rajpura factory was conferred with a Gold Award at the Greentech Environment Awards 2018, in the FMCG sector, for outstanding achievements in 'Environment Management.'

Inculcating clean habits in children for a healthy living

According to Unicef, almost half of India‘s children under five years fall ill frequently. Being one of the largest FMCG Company in the country with nine out of ten Indian households using its products, Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) leveraged its scale to address this challenge. In line with its mission of making sustainable living commonplace, the Company launched the ‘Swachh Aadat, Swachh Bharat’ (SASB) programme. The programme aims to get children to adopt three simple habits that can help them live healthier lives. With the tagline, ‘Hath, Munh, Bum, Bimari Hogi Kum” the programme encourages positive behaviour change through mass media campaigns and on ground activations.

HUL wins Aon Best Employer award

Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) is one of the largest fast moving consumer goods businesses in the country with nine out of ten Indian households using its products.

Helping Ripu’s dream take shape

Ripu, now a strong, independent 23-year-old, had from a very tender age, known that she had to work hard and earn not just for herself but for her family. Being left by her father and living with a mother who struggled to make ends meet, Ripu knew she had to make the most of every opportunity.

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