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Unilever, Earth911 Launch First Deodorant Stick Recycling Project In The United States

November 15, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever partnered with Earth911 to launch a project aimed at testing the feasibility of recycling deodorant sticks. Supported by partners Nextlife and FundingFactory, the project also seeks to demonstrate that the millions of deodorant sticks can be an important raw material resource for communities that recycle plastics. Students from 50 high schools and colleges in the United States will help collect deodorant sticks for the recycling test, which is part of Unilever's Sustainable Living Plan sustainability initiative.
"Earth911, Unilever in the USA Pioneer Mass Recycling Program for Deodorant Sticks and Two-Resin Packaging ", PRNewswire, November 15, 2012, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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