Unilever and Proctor & Gamble's new laundry products designed to decarbonise fabric washing
Two companies, Unilever and P&G are attempting to make their cleaning products more sustainable by cutting carbon and plastic. Unilever claims to have launched its most sustainable laundry capsule to date. Through changes to format, formulation and packaging, the capsule has been specifically designed to decarbonise the laundry process across the life cycle. And P&G's brand Ariel has unveiled new cardboard packaging - an ECOCLIC® box which is FSC certified and made from recycled fibres.
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Latest sewage statistics show water companies in England and Wales are treading water on sewage pollution and the Government's Defra's plan just threatens more stagnation, state The Rivers Trust as they update their popular online maps to display how Combined Sewage Overflows (CSOs) are performing with raw sewage releases into your local waterways.
ABERDEEN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PARK GETS SUSTAINABLE SUDS TREATMENT WITH HYDRO'S POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
Aberdeen's new International Business Park, built next to the City's International Airport, is delivering a best-practice Sustainable Drainage (SuDS) scheme using filtration and bioretention technologies from Hydro International to meet strict planning and pollutant removal criteria.