How Pandora hopes to reach 100% recycled silver and gold | Greenbiz

July 6, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

By 2025, Pandora, the world’s largest jewelry brand by volume, will use 100 percent recycled silver and gold in its products. At least that’s the goal the Danish company set at the beginning of June.

As it stands, 71 percent of the silver and gold in Pandora jewelry comes from recycled sources.

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