Refillable Deodorant. Dove Will Fight Plastic With Refillable Vials

Refillable Deodorant. Dove Will Fight Plastic With Refillable Vials
Refillable Deodorant. Dove Will Fight Plastic With Refillable Vials

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Uniliver has unveiled its first deodorant that can be topped up when it runs out. It will be produced by the Dove brand as part of a long-term environmental program to combat the use of plastics. However, for now it will only be sold at Target and Walmart stores in the United States. “Buy once, top up for life,” reads the product description on the company's website. The ability to replace the plastic module in the stainless steel vial will reduce plastic use by 54%, with 98% recyclable, Dove said. They add that over time, plastic in the packaging can be completely abandoned. According to Uniliver's promise, the company should cut its use of plastic in half by 2025. Greenpeace reproached the Ministry of Natural Resources for inaction on the issue of disposable plastic Director of Design and Innovation at VanBerlo Shjerd Hoyink explained that the concept of "Dove 0%" is not just about fighting environmental problems, but also about rethinking everyday things that are considered disposable, but it can be fixed: “What we are trying to return is a quality thing that is something personal for people and ages beautifully. The analogy we made is that if as a child you receive a Swiss army knife from your father or grandfather, and it scratches over time, those scratches become yours - they make your attachment to this item even stronger than the moment you just received it, and it was new,”Fast Company quotes him. The Ministry of Industry and Trade opposed the ban on disposable plastic bags The company is not the first to decide to switch to reusable products in the fight against plastic: the By Humankind brand has done this before, selling deodorants in reusable cases, and inserts deployed in paper. Uniliver does not plan to stop there either. The firm is considering options for making toothpaste tablets that do not require a tube and, for example, cleaning sprays with refillable cartridges that could potentially replace plastic bottles. Putin's promise to give up disposable tableware threatens his oligarch friends

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