Nestle have recently published a wide range of new sustainable packaging commitments, which includes plans for its first plastic-free packaging, as well as plans to achieve plastic-neutrality within the company’s operations and products.
The clean-up of eight toxic waste dump sites in Melbourne’s north are set to begin at the end of January, as authorities identify some of the 1.5 million litres of chemicals found on the properties, according to a report on The Age.
Netherlands-based blockchain start-up Circularise is changing the course of data sharing, certification access, as well as product and material oversight with its communication system, which companies can use for virtually endless range of product value chains.
As consumer and investor demand for sustainable packaging rises, companies within the global food and drink sector must co-create solutions to resource efficiency and recycling infrastructure challenges with their competitors, consumers and supply chains.
Over the years, Unilever has continued to move towards a more circular economy, minimising waste by reducing, reusing and recycling its own waste and encouraging consumers to do the same, while enabling more of its packaging to either remain in loops or have the best possible opportunity to be recycled.