By: Morgan Ellerman
What type of ingredients are used?
How is it made?
What happens after it's thrown away?
What do people say?
What is Procter and Gamble doing?
Things they are doing:
- conserving resources.
- manufacture high quality products in a way that use fewer resources.
- use 100% renewable or recycled materials in all products and packages.
- starting to use renewable forest product and palm oil.
- trying to reduce the amount of solid waste.
- They want to have 100% of their paper packaging contain either recycled or third party-certified content by 2020.
- Want to ensure zero deforestation in their palm oil supply chain.
- Want to replace to petroleum-derived raw materials with renewable materials as a cost and scale permit.
- Want to reduce their packaging by 20% per consumer use by the year 2020.
In the news?
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