Waste News

Huggies to eliminate plastics from baby wipes and packaging


Kimberly-Clark-owned brand Huggies has pledged to eliminate plastics from its baby wipe range in the UK over the next five years and launch a portfolio next year that will allow consumers to return packaging to supermarkets to be recycled.

John Lewis ditches plastic Christmas cracker toys


John Lewis & Partners has pledged not to sell Christmas crackers with plastic toys inside after the 2019 festive season.

SC Johnson to improve recycling infrastructure in developing nation to combat ocean plastics


SC Johnson has partnered with economic development firm Plastic Bank to upscale access to recycling infrastructure in developing regions and leverage blockchain technology to stop plastic waste from entering into oceans while improving economic and social outlooks for communities.

Dove unveils plastic-free beauty bar packaging and 100% recycled plastic bottles


Dove has committed to removing all non-recycled plastic from certain bottle lines by the end of the year and debuted a new, plastic-free packaging format for its beauty bar soap.

Selfridges switches from plastics to compostable for Christmas food packaging


Selfridges is removing plastic packaging across its own brand range of Christmas food, switching to home compostable alternatives for 90,000 mince pies and 3,000 Christmas cakes.
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