LEGO to phase out single-use plastic packaging
The Danish toymaker, said in a statement Tuesday the new bags that did not begin to appear I read in the boxes starting in 2021 as part of a $ 400 million investment in sustainability route for three years. Bags that are in progress in the past two years.
“We get lots of letters from the use of single-use still asking why we are in plastic boxes, which inspired us to start this transformation,” said Tim Brooks, vice president of environmental responsibility to read. “This is part of our hope is that all the packaging sustainability end of 2025,” he added.
Lego bricks Sustainably produced must be equally safe, durable plastic variety, and the sound is technically identical with greater speed and compatibility with color bricks Business Brooks, told CNN.
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The company intends to all its products from sustainability matter in 2030 and said to have issues with the use of “bio bricks,” such as those made from the plant, according to materials such as sugar cane, which currently account for about 80 of its 3,600 pieces or out 2%.
“We are in crisis, and the pollution plastic plastic used in their companies need to reduce,” said Emma Priestland, global coordinator campaigns to release a corporate asset in a global lobby group, which includes members of the Ontario Chapter and Greenpeace.
“While it’s great to see the company up to harm caused by its use of plastic packaging and single action, select the entire business is based on the plastic so it does not go the extra mile for business sustainability,” Priestland added.
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