Plastic neutrality

Nestlé Philippines Inc. achieves plastic neutrality for two months in a row in pursuit of greener and more sustainable operations, becoming the first fast-moving consumer goods multinational in the country to achieve the feat. The food and beverage manufacturer recovered 4,763 metric tons of plastic waste in a landmark co-processing agreement with Republic Cement. Nestlé Philippines chairman and chief executive Kais Marzouki (left) and Republic Cement chief executive Nabil Francis visit the Republic Cement plant in Norzagaray, Bulacan, one of five sites nationwide where plastic waste is co-processed.

Topics: Nestlé Philippines Inc , Republic Cement , Nabil Francis , plastic neutrality
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