Samsung Enforces Sustainability With New Product Packaging Policy [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Nicolette Emmino

According to the United Nations, 8 million tons of plastic end up in the world’s oceans every year. Since the 1950s, over 8.3 billion tons of plastic has been produced – and just 1% of that figure comes from renewable, non-fossil fuel-based resources.

In order to help mitigate this growing crisis, Samsung Electronics is following in the footsteps of governments and organizations the world over and implementing sustainable packaging practices for its products in order to reduce plastic consumption and waste.

The company announced that 2019 will be the year it switches to more environmentally-friendly packaging formats across its portfolio.

This commitment to sustainable practices in product packaging is part of a wider series of mid-term initiatives put in place by Samsung to transform the way the company manages its resources. What does all this mean?

Check out the infographic below:

(Image Credit: Samsung)

Source: Samsung Electronics

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