P&G India is among the first few FMCG companies in India that have achieved ‘plastic waste neutrality’ by recycling 100% of post-consumer plastic packaging waste. P&G also announced that it will set up in-house solar plants at its Goa and Mandideep manufacturing sites.
Month: March 2022
Karlsruhe/Germany, 2022-03-29 +++ Romaco Macofar’s Oftalmica was specially developed for aseptic filling of sterile eye drops, nasal sprays and injectables. Meeting all GMP requirements for safe processing of highly viscous, oily and foaming liquids, the machine additionally offers fast format changes and short cleaning times.
Climate change requires everyone to use natural resources more efficiently, and more and more consumers demand sustainable products. The numbers relating to increased eco-awareness are quite substantial: over a third of consumers are prepared to pay up to 25 percent more for a more sustainable option and 85 percent of people indicate having shifted their purchase behaviour towards more sustainable options. Sustainability is becoming an important purchase criterion and 60 percent of consumers already consider it as such.
The infinite consumption of a finite supply of natural resources followed by the generation of humongous amounts of non-biodegradable waste has vandalized ecosystems and rendered us vulnerable in the face of pressing problems such as space management due to expanding landfills, accumulating trash, and the disruption of ecological balance. The menace of improper waste management has not only inflicted the health of the environment but inevitably lowered the quality of life on this planet.
Every year, more than 300 billion plastic lids – 1.5 million tons of plastic – are produced. Many of them end up as litter in the world’s oceans. A Swedish collaboration between three innovative companies at the forefront of sustainability – PulPac, Liplid and MAX Burgers – is now leading the way towards replacing the traditional plastic lid with a sustainable fiber-based alternative.