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Unilever Uses “R” Approach To Keep Its Non-Hazardous Waste Out Of Landfills

February 9, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever says it has identified the sources of all non-hazardous waste it generates and has devised ways to direct it away from landfills. A year ago, Unilever said 240 of its factories had figured out ways to dispose of non-hazardous waste without using landfills. Another 400 sites – factories, warehouses, distribution centers and offices –in 70 countries have now been added to the list. The company applies a four-pronged “R” approach to waste disposal: reduce, reuse, recover or recycle. The achievement proves that “waste can be seen as a resource with many alternative uses.”
"Unilever Achieves New Milestone, Collaborates to Fuel Global Zero-Waste Movement", Sustainable Brands, February 09, 2016, © Sustainable Life Media Inc.
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