Unilever’s new pigment to help recycling of plastic packaging

June 10, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Unilever’s new packaging innovation could see 2500 tonnes of black plastic to be removed from the waste stream each year.
As part of the multinational’s UK and Ireland ‘Get Plastic Wise’ campaign, Unilever has pioneered the use of a new detectable black pigment so packaging can be detected by recycling plant scanners and sorted for recycling.


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