4/18/2013

Procter & Gamble is working on achieving its target of zero manufacturing waste through sustainability measures such as packaging reduction and recycling. "Our goal is to find value in all of our waste, so we focus on recycling, reuse and converting waste to energy," said Forbes McDougall, P&G's global wastestreams leader. "We're committed to finding worth in waste, so we've gotten creative and formed innovative partnerships that turn waste into things like bricks, soil treatment and soles for low-cost shoes -- we call this 'beneficial reuse,' ';" he added.

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