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Henkel Focuses On Products' Use Phase To Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions

November 5, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Henkel said its products offer the biggest potential for saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions, helping the company achieve the goals of its Factor 3 sustainability initiative. Seeking to help the company become three times more efficient by 2030, the program highlights Henkel’s sustainability strategy of achieving more with less. With up to 90 percent of the its products’ environmental footprint created during the “use phase”, Henkel focuses on products and technologies designed to help consumers save energy while using them. Its Persil Kalt Aktiv laundry detergent, for example, comes with ingredients that help consumers achieve cleaning results at lower washing temperatures.
"Henkel products contribute to reducing CO2 emissions", Henkel, November 05, 2015, © Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
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