"A number of environmental organizations, puts a major question mark for an initiative from the giants in the oil and plastics industry to reduce the plastic waste in the world."
"According to the initiative, the oil and plastbolagen – including Procter & Gamble, Chevron, and Exxon Mobil – adding the equivalent of nearly nine billion for that"
"the Criticism is essentially a matter of emphasis is placed on recycling, rather than cuts in the production."
"– In 2018 raised the people of the world their voices and said no to the engångsplastartiklar as companies such as Procter & Gamble sell out on a daily basis, " says Forbes."
"– instead of responding to the select P&G to raise the stakes further in an unsuccessful attempt along with the giants in fossil fuels like Exxon, Shell, Dow, and Total, which is driving destructive climate change."
"Around eight million tonnes of plastic is estimated to end up in the sea every year. This corresponds to a trailers are rubbish at the minute."
"– We believe that the recycling of plastic is a last resort after one has thought about, replaced, redesigned, found new uses, reduced and recycled, " says Jo Ruxton at the non-profit organization Plastic Oceans."
"Aktivistgruppen Corporate Accountability accusing the companies of trying to whitewash the image of their actual emissions with an initiative that is not going to affect their revenue."
"the Companies intend to invest about 13.5 billion Swedish kronor annually over a five year period."