EGEB: Kids coaxed LEGO into making a big sustainable change

September 17, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Danish toy giant LEGO announced yesterday that it would start to use recyclable paper bags instead of plastic bags in its toy sets. The bags are used to hold loose LEGO bricks. The company intends to completely phase out plastic bags in the next five years as part of Lego a $400 million sustainability initiative it announced yesterday.

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