1. Unilever to drop fossil fuels from cleaning products by 2030  Deccan Herald
  2. Unilever to cut fossil fuels from cleaning brands  BBC News
  3. Unilever to halt fossil fuels in products by 2030  MarketWatch
  4. Unilever Will Spend $1 Billion to Rid Cleaning Products of Fossil Fuels by 2030  Bloomberg
  5. Unilever plans to remove oil-based ingredients from all cleaning products  The Guardian
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Unilever Plc said on Wednesday it would invest 1 billion euros to eliminate fossil fuels from its cleaning products by 2030, cutting down on carbon emissions created by the chemicals used in making the products. The household goods conglomerate behind the Omo, Cif, Sunlight and Domestos brands said that, instead of petrochemicals, the products would substitute constituentsUnilever Plc said on Wednesday it would invest 1 billion euros to eliminate fossil fuels from its cleaning products by 2030, cutting down on carbon emissions created by the chemicals used in making

Unilever to drop fossil fuels from cleaning products by 2030 | Deccan Herald

Unilever said it will end the use of fossil fuels in its cleaning and laundry products by 2030, switching to renewable or recycled carbon for brands like...Unilever said it will end the use of fossil fuels in its cleaning and laundry products by 2030, switching to renewable or recycled carbon for brands like...

Unilever to halt fossil fuels in products by 2030 - MarketWatch

The consumer giant has pledged to wipe out oil-based chemicals from its detergents by 2030.The consumer giant has pledged to wipe out oil-based chemicals from its detergents by 2030.

Unilever to cut fossil fuels from cleaning brands - BBC News

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The chemicals used in Unilever’s cleaning and laundry products make up 46 percent of the company’s home-care division across their life cycle.The chemicals used in Unilever’s cleaning and laundry products make up 46 percent of the company’s home-care division across their life cycle.

Unilever to spend €1 billion to eliminate fossil fuels from cleaning, laundry products by 2030

Unilever Plc (ULVR.L) said on Wednesday it would invest 1 billion euros to eliminate fossil fuels from its cleaning products by 2030, cutting down on carbon emissions created by the chemicals used in making the products. The household goods conglomerate behind the Omo, Cif, Sunlight and Domestos brands said that,…Unilever Plc (ULVR.L) said on Wednesday it would invest 1 billion euros to eliminate fossil fuels from its cleaning products by 2030, cutting down on carbon emissions created by the chemicals used in making the products. The household goods conglomerate behind the Omo, Cif, Sunlight and Domestos brands said that,…

Unilever to drop fossil fuels -- cost €1 billion | Cyprus Mail

Unilever to drop fossil fuels — cost €1 billion – Cyprus Mail