“Zero Waste Beach” Programme continues in 2019 with new initiatives against marine plastic pollution.
In 2013, and in cooperation with Coca‑Cola, we launched the “Mission Water” initiative. It is a special programme dedicated to dealing with the problem of water shortages in Cyprus, and which is being successfully continued, underlining our corporate responsibility and our commitment to protect the environment and properly manage water resources.
We are very proud for the declaration of Pafos as the European Capital of Culture for 2017 and we support it with joy and excitement, being the official sponsors of the Pafos 2017 Volunteer Program together with Coca‑Cola.
Coca‑Cola Cup was instituted in 1962 and now constitutes an inextricable part of the football history of Cyprus. This special relationship between Cyprus football and the prevailing football refreshment drink is perhaps the longest-lived in the field, not only in Cyprus but also in Europe.
15% OF COCA-COLA’S NET PROCEEDS FROM ITS CONTOUR BOTTLES WILL GO TOWARDS BEACH AND DEEP-SEA CLEAN-UPS
Pafos 2017: The city with the vibrant history, becomes the heart of Europe. Lanitis Bros and Coca‑Cola proudly support the Pafos Volunteer Program 2017 Official and together, we participate in a great journey: We host, we talk, we create. We share the passion! Share with us this wonderful feeling!
We're committing to new sustainability targets for 2020 to reinforce the sustainable growth of our business and inspire a better future.
We’re minimising our environmental impact, from the resources we use to making sure we source responsibly.
We believe that our business can only be as healthy and strong as the communities in which we operate. In the long run, healthy, sustainable businesses require thriving communities.
We support our country and its needs in every way. With a large group of 64 internal volunteers, we visited Agios Theodoros, and with the guidance of the Forest Department we planted 660 trees at the burnt forest of Solea to strengthen the reforestation of Cyprus.
Can a tiny city of a small country become the European Capital of Culture and carry out one of the most prominent programs? The coordinator of the Volunteers’ Program explains how 300 volunteers have made the impossible possible!
A volunteering tree planting initiative that we will never forget!