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Our Approach



Building a strong business and creating a better future are not contradictory concepts at Apollo Tyres. As a socially responsible business, the company fosters engagement and enables empowerment by caring to share. As thought leaders with a commitment to a better world, Apollo’s CSR is seamlessly aligned with national goals and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for wider reach and deeper impact.

Inclusive. Balanced. Responsible.

Apollo Tyres is committed to the sustainable development of its communities. Driving progress together is at the heart of sustainability at Apollo Tyres. The company’s CSR initiatives are implemented through Apollo Tyres Foundation, registered in 2008.

The fundamental objective of enabling excellence and the overarching intention aligned to SDG Goal 17 – partnership of goals, rules every decision which in turn continuously enhances value for all stakeholders. The CSR strategy at Apollo dovetails with the organisation’s vision of creating a future where economic growth, social development, environmental conservation, and national interest go the distance together.

The Initiatives

The CSR initiatives are categorised under 4 major themes:

  1. Healthcare for Trucking Community
  2. Solid Waste Management and Sanitation (SPARSH)
  3. Livelihood for Underprivileged Rural Women (Navya)
  4. Biodiversity Conservation

Apart from these core initiatives, Apollo Tyres also undertakes local initiatives spanning across a 35-45 km radius of its manufacturing locations. Additionally, the company implements various philanthropic activities through Taru Foundation.


Over 1 million CSR beneficiaries

Over 5 million beneficiaries outreached through Healthcare services

8,721 MT waste collected under Solid Waste Management initiative

Over 350,000 trees planted Sequestering 24,500 tonnes of CO2

10 ponds restored covering area of 3.5 lakh square feet

Restoration of 6.5 acres of land and over 25,250 saplings planted under Mangrove Conservation project 

Over 8000 Marginalised Women trained in Income Generation activities