15M Babies’ Nappies Composted as Part of Sustainability Plan

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15M Babies’ Nappies Composted as Part of Sustainability Plan

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Composting 15M babies’ nappies and recycling 1.6B soft plastic items http://bit.ly/1UUzVAv @KCCorp #sustainability plan
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 11:45am

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Composting 15 million babies’ nappies and recycling 1.6 billion soft plastic items are just two of the real and potential outcomes from a comprehensive sustainability strategy operated by multi-national company Kimberly Clark.

General Manager Sharna Heinjus says that through a strategy called ‘Our Essential World’, her company ensures it’s focused on the right things and is making positive progress against its three key pillars: people, planet, product.

Sharna Heinjus appears in a video in the NZ Food & Grocery Council’s FMCG Leadership Series in what is essentially a snapshot of what responsible companies are doing – and can do – around sustainability.

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Keywords: Environment | Babies’ Nappies | Kimberly-Clark | composting | sustainability

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