Global consumer brands such as Pepsi, Coca -Cola, and Unilever have made ambitious sustainable development packaging commitments. Let’s take a look, what are the sustainable development of these brands recently? Pepsi Europe: In 2022, all the Pepsi European Coca -Cola European Coca on Pepsi, 7UP Free, Tropicana and other beverages of Pepsi, and European Coca -Cola European Corporation recently announced that all their products will be replaced with 100 % recycled plastic packaging by the end of 2022. Unnamed .PNG Pepsi Europe would replace all its products to 100 % recycled plastic packaging by the end of 2022. This measure responded to the company’s commitment to the plastic cycle economy, and Pepsi promised to reduce its drink carbon footprint by 40 %. Prior to this, Pepsi replaced NAKED smoothie beverages and Tropicana LEAN packaging on 100 regenerative plastic packaging. Naked-Repet-Still.png Pepsi is still marking recyclable information in the bottle body, reminding consumers to recycle the plastic bottle after use. At the same time, recyclable information to the public is popularized through media channels such as television and event events. Coca -Cola Australia: Reduced 40,000 tons of primary plastic usage Australian Coca -Cola Company announced that by the end of 2021, the use of 40,000 tons of primary plastics (compared with 2017) will be reduced. Put the regeneration plastic with the cup lid to implement. The Coca -Cola South Pacific public affairs, dissemination and sustainable development director Russell Mahoney said last year that it has adjusted some of Australian packaging, including replacing all plastic bottles with a capacity of less than 1 liter to regenerative plastic bottle, and removing plastic straws and removing plastic straws and removing. The mixer. COCA-Cola-Frozen-Drinks-CUPS1.JPG \”We have the responsibility to reduce the environmental footprint by innovation and help solve the problem of plastic waste pollution. Cup and cup lid of frozen beverages is the next plan for reducing the global goals of scrapped plastics.\” Mahoney said. According to the vision of the Coca -Cola \”non -waste world\”, its global goal is to recycle and use all bottles and tank packaging sold by 2030, and ensure that all its packaging containers will not enter the reclaiming area or ocean. In this regard, the bottle owner AMatic played a key role in coordinating the packaging container storage plan (CDS) across Australia. Coca -Cola also set up a global goal, that is, by 2030, the packaging uses at least 50 % of recycled materials. At present, Australian plastic bottles have reached this goal. United Lihua: Next year, the use of regeneration plastic will double the latest progress of its sustainable packaging. The company said that its recycled plastic usage has been increased to 75,000 tons, exceeding 10%of its overall plastic usage. The goal of United Leihua is at least 2 by 20255%regenerative plastic. Last year, Unilever said that by 2025, the brand will reduce the use of more than 100,000 tons of primary plastics and actively use regenerative plastic to achieve the goal of halving junior plastics. Unpaid 6. PNG Union Lahua uses a toothbrush product made by regenerative plastic. United Leahua also said that in the next year, the company’s recycled plastic use will double. In terms of R \u0026 D, Unilever continues to adhere to the new business model that can be reused and reused in \”testing, research and improvement\”, and invests more manpower in the field. After several test items for packaging and reuse and reuse, United Leahua found that the simpleness of the system is very important. These systems should minimize the use of barriers, provide added value, and promote consumers to develop habits. In order to accelerate the transition to the circular economy and further reduce the use of primary plastics, Unilever has now established a team responsible for expanding new business models. In addition to these measures, Unilever also formulated recycling plans for some countries to achieve the amount of plastic packaging that was collected and processed exceeding its consumed plastic packaging. Nestlé: jointly established with Plastic Energy to establish a recycling factory Nestlé Britain and Nestlé UK and Ireland, and joined forces with a large -scale chemical recycling company Plastic Energy to establish the first large -scale commercial recycling factory in the UK. Plastic Energy has two similar recycling factories in Spain. The factory will be difficult to recover waste plastic, such as pets and breakfast valley bags into a recycling oil called Tacoil. Food -grade plastic. Image001.JPGPLastic Energy Recycling Factory will be difficult to recover waste plastic, such as pet -dried grain bags and breakfast valley bags into a recycling oil called Tacoil. This oil can replace some fossil raw materials to make food -grade plastic. Plastic Energy will be responsible for the preliminary research of new factories, while Nestlé Britain and Ireland will provide some funds. The project will start from early November, which will take about 6 months to complete. Nestlé also continued to promote multiple circular economy projects this year, including: Nestlé Water North America replaced the packaging of three US -free water -free water brands to 100 % regeneration plastic (RPET). Once the conversion is completed, nearly 60% of families in the United States will enjoy the water that uses 100% recycled PET packaging. At present, Nestlé’s Poland Spring Water Brand has been replaced with a 100%recycled PET bottle. Nestlé Indonesia and Coca -Cola, Lole Indonesia, Lianlihua Indonesia and other companies have established a new packaging recycling organization in Indonesia (Pro) to reduce Indonesian plastic packaging waste. The primary goal of the recycling organization is to achieve PET plastic recovery rate of 60%.Nestlé Philippines cooperated with Plastic Credit Trading Organization (PCEX) to add a collection of multiple soft plastic waste in the Philippines.Through cooperation, Nestlé Philippines will support PCEX in the Tondo area of Manila, Payatas region in Quori, and Rodriguez regions in Lichaos.Repeat the system in the Swiss pilot coffee to reduce the use of one -time packaging.These coffee repeated filling systems are installed in the store. Consumers bring reusable containers, which can choose different types of Nestlé’s soluble coffee according to their own taste preferences.