Unilever pledges to invest €1bn in eliminating fossil fuels from cleaning products by 2030

Cecilia Keating
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Fossil fuel derived chemicals are responsible for a large portion of Unilever's carbon footprint
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Fossil fuel derived chemicals are responsible for a large portion of Unilever's carbon footprint

Consumer goods giant outlines plans to spend €1bn on ramping up carbon capture and utilisation technologies that will curb its cleaning and laundry product line's reliance on fossil fuel derived chemicals

Unilever has announced it is to invest €1bn in measures that could allow it to eliminate fossil fuels from its cleaning and laundry products by the end of the decade, an intervention it claims is critical...

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