January 5, 2021
L’Oréal Caribe to pilot salon recycling scheme in Puerto Rico
THE WHAT? L’Oréal Caribe is set to pilot a recycling scheme that will enable beauty salons in Puerto Rico to dispose of plastic responsibly, according to a report published by News is my Business.
THE DETAILS The French beauty giant has distributed 100 reusable boxes to collect recyclable plastic waste from 10 salons in Puerto Rico with an end to creating sustainable practices in salons and diverting waste from landfill.
Should the pilot prove successful, the goal is to roll out the service to salons across the country.
THE WHY? Liana Camacho, Director of L’Oréal Caribe’s Professional Products Division and Leader of the L’Oréal for the Future program efforts in the Caribbean told Mews is my Business, “Aligned with L’Oréal’s new global sustainability guidelines and commitments, we’re working on an action plan for our market in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands to contribute to the ambitious goals of the L’Oréal for the Future program.”
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