New Hygiene Products Market Research Study by Euromonitor International20 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster
Although green products account for only a small share of even the most developed hygiene markets, environmental issues now permeate the whole chain, from raw material extraction, manufacturing and on to disposal. The sustainability debate has been in constant development and the inclusion of the “Triple Bottom Line” into corporate culture has heralded an era of accelerated development in the way that companies now look at sustainability across their operations.
Despite the ongoing global financial crisis currently taking precedence, sustainability is still one of the most serious issues facing human society and the economic structures that have been created.
According to the report “Big Picture Sustainability in Hygiene Products” by Euromonitor International, although sustainability looms as a global issue, like climate change, the implications for making changes are so wide ranging that, thus far, no coherent structure has developed that has the capacity to address the issue.
Consumers, governments and manufacturers all have their own interpretations of what the 3BL might actually mean, with interpretation thus adding another layer of difficulty to what is already a difficult subject.
Huge strides have been made in the name of sustainability over the last decade, but many more are required in the future as the whole industry gears up for a more sustainable future.
Big Picture Sustainability in Hygiene Products
Published: December 2011
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