Cleaning up: P&G to double recycled plastic in household product packaging

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Consumers goods giant claims 300 million cleaning bottles will be made from recycled plastic in Europe from early 2020

Procter & Gamble has announced plans to more than double the amount of recycled plastic material used in its household cleaning products packaging across Europe by early next year, in a move the consumer...

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