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Nestle Bulgaria celebrates the International Water Day with a special video from its factory in Sofia, in which it shares the good practices in its production and the culture of its employees for protection of our water resources. The company continues to invest in innovative technologies and industrial equipment that are favorable for the environment and water resources - compared to 2010 Nestle Bulgaria has reduced its water consumption by 66%, and in 2020, every minute Nes...

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To recycle water (www.dnevnik.bg)

Over 40% of the world's population is affected by water scarcity. This natural resource is still being used unsustainably, which can lead to serious problems, including an increase in the number of people who do not have access to clean water. Agriculture is one of the sectors with the highest water consumption. According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, irrigation in agriculture accounts for 70% of global water consumption. These figures are...

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Coca-Cola company trials first paper bottle (www.investor.bg)

Coca-Cola is to test a paper bottle as part of a longer-term bid to eliminate plastic from its packaging entirely. The prototype is made by a Danish company from an extra-strong paper shell that still contains a thin plastic liner. But the goal is to create a 100% recyclable, plastic-free bottle capable of preventing gas escaping from carbonated drinks. The barrier must also ensure no fibres flake off into the liquid. That would...

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Climate change is real and people around the world are beginning to feel its effects. This is not a statement of a passionate eco activist. This is what science says. Climate change is considered by the United Nations as one of the most pressing issues of our time, as it threatens the lives and livelihoods of billions of people. Living greener is not just a trend, it is an urgent necessity. Everyone can play their part in this process – both individuals and businesses....

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The Coca-Cola Company announced today in the United States the introduction of a new 13.2oz bottle made from 100% recycled plastic material (rPET)*. This new bottle will be available first in the company’s biggest and most iconic brand: Coca-Cola®. In addition, the company announced today in the U.S. the transition to bottles made from 100% recycled plastic material* across a selection of brands in the portfolio, including DASANI® and smartwater®, which will...

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