L’Oréal explores the use of carbon to create their new sustainable shampoo bottles - ADF&PCD and PLD Paris

L’Oréal explores the use of carbon to create their new sustainable shampoo bottles

Global personal care brand L’Oréal has teamed up with carbon recycling company biotech LanzaTech and fuel company Total to create sustainable shampoo bottles.

It will be the first cosmetic plastic bottle made from industrial carbon emissions – a fascinating alternative to bioplastics derived from sugarcane.

Packaging Director at L’Oréal Jacques Playe mentions, “We have the ambition to use this sustainable material in our bottle of shampoo and conditioner by 2024 and we hope other companies will join us in using this breakthrough innovation”.

This article explores:

  • Turning pollution into packaging.
  • An interesting alternative to bio-plastics derived from sugarcane.
  • The possibility to produce plastic packaging from industrial carbon emissions.

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