Unilever and Veolia ink plastics recycling partnership

BusinessGreen staff
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Two firms will work together to drive reuse and recycling for plastic waste, starting in India and Indonesia

Consumer goods giant Unilever has today announced a new partnership with waste and recycling firm Veolia to drive progress on global plastic recycling rates, starting with action in India and Indonesia....

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