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Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR

Why CSR ?

As part of ESG, CSR is now essential, not just philanthropy. Embedding CSR in business strategy offers SMEs and corporates:

  • Enhanced brand identity
  • Innovation in processes and systems
  • Long-term competitive edge
  • Greater access to capital
  • Inspiring employer value proposition

The Companies Act 2013 (Section 135) mandates CSR, and the Business Responsibility and Sustainability Report (BRSR) will soon be compulsory in India.

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RUR role in CSR -
Eco-Education

  • Strong and long lasting partnerships with corporates in CSR projects over a decade
  • We have utlised over 5.5 CR of CSR budgets
  • Vast experience and connections in working with residential communities, schools and institutions

10000 Workshops conducted

5 Million Indians Eco Educated

1000 Installations of RGGC’s pan India.

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How it Works

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Ideation & Understand Requirement And Scope Of Work

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Conceptualization & Creating A Model

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Legal Agreement/ MOU

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Media Presence And Campaigning

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Monthly And Quarterly Reporting

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Project Initiation

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Brand Visibility

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Annual Impact Analysis

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Renewal Of Project

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Our CSR activities cover
6 UN SDG Goals

Impact

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50 Lac+

People Educated

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1800 MT

Waste Recycled Annually

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17+ Mn

Tetra Pak Cartons Recycled

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1500+

School Desks Donated

Revolutionizing Recycling with Tetra Pack Innovations

Go Green with Tetra Pak, an initiative by Tetra Pak in association with RUR Greenlife, Sahakari Bhandar and Reliance Fresh has made a magical impact in the Metropolis of Mumbai… Be it a child or adult, every eco-conscious Mumbaikar, knows that Tetra Pak cartons must be segregated and can be fully recycled.


Through meticulous segregation and extraction, RUR breathes new life into these once-discarded materials, reducing landfill waste and promoting responsible consumption. With each meticulously crafted item, RUR invites individuals and businesses to join in crafting a greener, more sustainable future.

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Innovation:

RUR pioneers innovative recycling solutions, notably transforming tetra packs into eco-friendly products

Go Green with Tetra Pak, an initiative by Tetra Pak in association with RUR Greenlife, Sahakari Bhandar and Reliance Fresh has made a magical impact in the Metropolis of Mumbai… Be it a child or adult, every eco-conscious Mumbaikar, knows that Tetra Pak cartons must be segregated and can be fully recycled.


Through meticulous segregation and extraction, RUR breathes new life into these once-discarded materials, reducing landfill waste and promoting responsible consumption. With each meticulously crafted item, RUR invites individuals and businesses to join in crafting a greener, more sustainable future.

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Invitation:

RUR invites individuals and businesses to join the movement towards a greener future by embracing recycled products.

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Sustainability:

RUR reduces landfills waste and promotes responsible consumption through its eco-conscious initiative.

Case Studies

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Kalpataru Limited

Kalpataru Limited has been promoting CSR since 2018 and has partnered with RUR Greenlife to conduct free eco-awareness workshops at Godrej, Vikhroli.

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Godrej Properties Limited

Godrej Properties Limited has been actively promoting CSR since 2017 and has undertaken a sustainable waste management project at GEG Kanjurmarg.

Godrej Properties Limited
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Tetra Pak India

Tetra Pak India has been actively promoting EPR and CSR since 2010, and has collaborated with RUR Greenlife for the “Go Green with Tetra Pak” initiative in Mumbai.

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Matoshree Pearl

Our latest project involves the installation of six medium-sized RGG Composters with a capacity of 30-40 kg per day, resulting in 60 kgs of ready-to-use compost harvested per cycle.

Matoshree Pearl, Dadar

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FAQ's

What type of beneficiaries can RUR work with or identify for CSR funds?

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We work with schools, institutions, NGOs, hospitals, Ashrams, old age homes etc. The beneficiaries are shortlisted based on the project requirements and motivation of the beneficiary to continue the project long term.

Will RUR provide an Impact assessment report for the project executed?

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Yes, we do provide annual and quarterly impact assessment reports including case studies in line with UNSDGs and ESG principles.

How does RUR ensure project success?

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We monitor the project through routine site visits. Our green champions provide regular updates through online meetings and whatsapp groups. We also maintain a logbook to track the project for every beneficiary to monitor the progress.