APTAR beauty packaging meets Credo sustainability guidelines

November 25, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


This month, the packaging supplier and the clean beauty retailer teamed up to make it all the easier for cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance brands to choose packaging that Credo deems sustainable.
“As a leader in the packaging industry our mission is to help our brand partners on their sustainability journey while working towards our own circular economy goals,” ​Philippe Erhart, President of Beauty and Home North America for APTAR, says in the supplier’s recent media release.

“By pre-qualifying our sustainable products, produced in North America, in alignment with Credo’s guidelines,” ​he says, “we hope to facilitate easier sourcing and provide clear guidance on our products’ environmental impacts.”


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