Danone, Nestlé, Tetra Pak launch recycling credit scheme in bid to 'jumpstart' circular economy

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The 3R initiative aims to harness private sector determination to tackle the plastics crisis
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The 3R initiative aims to harness private sector determination to tackle the plastics crisis

3R initiative launched today by Danone, Veolia, Nestle and Tetra Pak will promote market-based systems to tackling waste

A coalition of leading consumer goods brands will today launch a new packaging waste initiative designed to leverage market-based solutions to the global plastics crisis. At the Responsible Business...

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