Following the launch of Unilever’s largest refill pilot in Europe to date yesterday, P&G Beauty has now shared its latest packaging innovation.
Today will see the relaunch of UK supermarket Asda’s Middleton store as a pioneering sustainability store comprising a refill zone supported by Unilever and sustainable and circular economy experts Beauty Kitchen.
Henkel has joined 28 global businesses to endorse a business manifesto calling on governments to negotiate and agree on a United Nations (UN) treaty on plastic pollution.
A new standard for biodegradable plastic has been introduced in Britain, which is hoped to standardize confusing legislation for consumers, according to a report by the Guardian.
L’Oréal-owned Maybelline New York has launched what is said to be the UK’s biggest make-up recycling scheme, in collaboration with TerraCycle.
L’Oréal Paris Elvive has announced that it will deliver bottles that can not only be recycled but will be made from 100 percent recycled plastic also, saving 7000 tonnes of plastic globally every year.
Geka has been awarded a Platinum grade by prestigious business sustainability rating provider EcoVadis, placing the brush manufacturer among the top 1 percent of companies assessed worldwide.
Era Zero Waste is set to become the first company in the DACH and Scandinavia regions to launch an e-commerce system inspired by the traditional milkman model. Era’s products can be refilled at the customer’s home via a bike refill station or carbon-neutral mail.
Beiersdorf-owned Nivea is trialling a refill station for its popular shower gel, according to a report published by Design Boom.
Henkel has added new functionality to its EasyD4R software tool, now allowing it to not only assess the recyclability of plastic packaging but also paper/cardboard, glass, aluminium and tinplate too.