Woolworths will stop using non-recyclable plastic packaging for its own products as well as plastic shopping bags, straws and earbuds by 2022.
Koor spoke about Woolworths’ vision of “zero packing waste to landfill”.
Listen to the interview (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
You use them once, but they just last forever…— Feroz Koor, Woolworths Group
We’ll be engaging with our suppliers…— Feroz Koor, Woolworths Group
We’ve done customer research… plastic bags are something we’re hearing about a lot…— Feroz Koor, Woolworths Group
Earbuds are some of the worst offenders… Before the year is out we won’t be selling any of them…— Feroz Koor, Woolworths Group
We no longer provide plastic cutlery…— Feroz Koor, Woolworths Group
We don’t sell plastic straws anymore… Paper straws have improved…— Feroz Koor, Woolworths Group
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