L'Oreal buys landfill gas under carbon neutrality plan

Madeleine Cuff
Formula testing at L'Oreal | Credit: L'Oréal / Alexis Raimbault

Formula testing at L'Oreal | Credit: L'Oréal / Alexis Raimbault

Cosmetics giant set to buy landfill gas from Kentucky plant as part of plan to offset carbon emissions for all US manufacturing sites from 2019

US cosmetics giant L'Oreal has taken a step into the landfill gas sector as part of a complex plan to secure carbon neutral status for all 21 of its US manufacturing and distribution sites by the end of...

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