Recently, Procter & Gamble (P&G)'s European fabric care business unit pledged to reduce the use of plastic packaging by 30% by 2025.
P&G’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Virgeny Helios, said that P&G’s European fabric care business is also committed to making all brands of packaging fully recyclable by 2022. This move will be critical to P&G's commitment to reduce fresh plastic packaging by 50% by 2030. Procter & Gamble said that by 2025, the plastic used by the Procter & Gamble brand will be reduced by 15,000 tons per year compared with 2018.
It is reported that the company is working hard to expand recycling demand by further increasing the use of post-consumer recycled materials (PCR) in its branded packaging. Currently, PCR materials in packaging plastics account for 50%. Volker Kuhn, vice president of P&G's fabric care business, said: "It is everyone's responsibility to solve the plastic problem, and we are determined to advance the circular economy."
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