Lubrizol Life Science introduces Sunhancer Eco SPF booster, a patent-pending, naturally-derived technology that increases SPF and is compatible with both organic and inorganic sunscreen actives.
Join your environmental, health, and safety peers at NAEM Impact 19 – Sustainability From Aspiration to Operation Conference. This conference will offer practical insights for EHS and sustainability and managers responsible for leading sustainability efforts in all industries.
A blockchain-based experiment aimed at improving social and environmental practices in tea supply chains has proven successful, according to businesses having taken part, including Unilever and Sainsbury’s.
Hotels are going sustainable in a number of ways. Kitchen gardens may be the most exciting though. These UK hotels are leading the way. There’s something rather lovely about eating food sourced, at least in part, from your own garden. To dig into a pie, for example, and be able to look outside and see the tree from which your apples came is a certain kind of deliciousness. You know what’s even better than this? A meal sourced from mere metres away that you haven’t even had to make.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) has announced it will more than double the amount of recycled plastic used in its packaging for domestic cleaning brands such as Fairy and Flash in Europe by 2020. As of May 2019, P&G had used more than 34,000 metric tonnes of PCR in packaging. Brands Fairy, Flash and Viakal will increase the use of recycled plastic to 9,000 tonnes. This will replace virgin plastic and is equal to the waste generated by 6.5 billion customers annually. More than 300 million bottles across P&G’s European household cleaning brands will be converted annually to either 100% recycled or partially recycled plastic. P&G is also in the process of converting all surface cleaning wipes to be made of 100% recycled fibre.