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United States : Coca-Cola, Pepsi tout plastic recycling in rare joint appearance
Jan 25, 2019 (Euclid Infotech Ltd via COMTEX) --

The bosses of Coca-Cola and Pepsi promised Thursday that "huge progress" would be made by 2030 to reduce plastic waste, which contaminates humans, wildlife, and oceans.


Soft drink archrivals James Quincey and Ramon Laguarta participated in a panel on the plastic economy, a recurring theme at the World Economic Forum in Davos, alongside Dow Chemical boss Jim Fitterling and others.


These three companies are part of the new Alliance to End Plastic Waste announced with great pomp in mid-January by about 30 multinationals.


"We can reduce the amount of plastics in the system, both in our beverages and in our snack businesses," said Pepsico's Laguarta.


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