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Garnier to Cease Using Virgin Plastic in Packaging

Article-Garnier to Cease Using Virgin Plastic in Packaging


Garnier is ending the use of virgin plastic in its packaging, a move that the cosmetic manufacturer says will reduce the amount of virgin plastic being produced annually by 37,000 metric tons.

The company’s cessation of virgin plastic is part of an overall plan to make all of its packaging 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025.

In addition, Garnier has partnered with two non-government organizations, the Ocean Conservancy and Plastics for Change, in initiatives aimed at helping reduce the environmental impact of plastic pollution.

Garnier, a subsidiary of the French cosmetics manufacturer L’Oreal, makes hair care and skin care products.

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