Mars achieves zero waste at factories worldwide

Michael Holder
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Mars achieves zero waste at factories worldwide

Confectionery giant's sustainability report also reveals a 25 per cent cut in emissions since 2007

Confectionery giant Mars now diverts all of the waste produced at its factories worldwide away from landfill, the company has revealed. Publishing its annual Principles in Action 2015 report yesterday,...

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