Producing

By 2020, L’Oréal will have reduced the environmental footprint of its plants and distribution centres by 60%, from a 2005 baseline. The Group’s key criteria for industrial performance include reducing CO2 emissions in absolute terms, cutting water consumption, reducing waste per unit of finished product, and shrinking the transport footprint.

Our commitments

2017 -48%
 
2016 -48%
 

Reduction of water consumption in  our plants and distribution centres since 2005 (in litre per finished product). Our target: -60 % by 2020.

-73% CO2 emissions


+33% production

Results recorded since 2005, which show that ambitious commitment for the climate and economic performance can work together.

2017 -37%
 
2016 -35 %
 

 

Reduction of waste generated by our plants and distribution centres since 2005 (in grams per finished product). Our target: -60% by 2020.

« Nous sommes tous mobilisés pour construire un Loréal plus durable. »

Alexandra Palt

Directrice Responsabilité Sociétale et Environnementale

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Our actions

96%

of waste generated by plants and distribution centres were recovered in 2017.

Among those, 61% of this waste was used as a material (reused or recycled).

Resources

Find all our publications regarding our sustainability commitments as well as press kits and videos in the Resources section.

All resources
2017 report

Our 2017
progress report

Download the 2017 progress report