Procter & Gamble and the case of the disappearing waste

Will Nichols
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How does the consumer products company ensure 99 per cent of raw materials leave its facilities as product or something of value?

Procter & Gamble will today announce 45 of its sites across 20 countries now send zero waste to landfill, but the story of how it has achieved that landmark is far more interesting than simple operational...

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