Ecover and AB InBev have joined forces: the manufacturer of environmentally friendly detergents is using residual alcohol (a waste product left over from the production of alcohol-free beer) as a raw material for a new detergent.
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British supermarket chain Waitrose is using a store in Oxford to try out some innovative concepts that could eventually get the stores rid of thousands of tons of plastic packaging. The big question is whether the shoppers will go along with it...
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Ecover, a Belgian producer of ecological cleaning products, is opening a store in Antwerp where customers will receive cash in return for empty plastic bottles. The company wants to revive the discussion about deposits on such bottles.
Belgian ecological laundry and cleaning detergent manufacturer, Ecover, will alter its entire product range’s packaging. Laundry detergent will alter first and the entire operation should be finalized within two years.
Belgian soap manufacturer Ecover sold its factory in Boulogne-sur-Mer to family company Vandeputte, which also manufacturers soap and (laundry) detergent. The buyer wants to expand its manufacturing capabilities in order to meet the increased demand.