Good scents: Coty starts making perfume with carbon-captured ethanol

Cecilia Keating
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Ethaonol is a key ingredient in perfumes | Credit: iStock
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Ethaonol is a key ingredient in perfumes | Credit: iStock

US beauty conglomerate announces it is on track to sell perfumes made using recycled carbon within months after receiving first delivery of recycled carbon from partner LanzaTech

Global beauty brand Coty has announced it has started making perfume using carbon-captured ethanol, as part of a plan to integrate recycled carbon into the majority of its fragrance portfolio by 2023....

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