Plastindia’s ‘largest T-shirt’ enters Guinness World Records

Plastindia’s ‘largest T-shirt’ enters Guinness World Records 2.5 lakh Sagarmitra from schools of Maharashtra sent 138 tons of plastic from their own homes, for recycling. Thus Dr Susan Raj who designed the Sagarmitra project, got entry to this world record as one of the contributors towards responsible recycler. This project is headed by Mr Vinod Bodhankar who has taken full responsibility to reach this concept to every home on this planet. On 5 January 2018, Plastindia Foundation unveiled a giant, world-record beating T-shirt of the size 97.5 x 70.08 meters made from recycled plastic at an event held at the Goregaon Sports Club in Mumbai. Plastindia Foundation took up this initiative to create awareness among the masses on the need to manage plastics waste so that it is recycled more efficiently. The T-shirt eventually enters the Guinness World Records.
The fabric from the T-Shirt will be later used to create 10,000 T-shirts and distributed free to children from impoverished backgrounds.

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