Lego Begins Building its Sustainable Materials Staff
from Plastics News
LEGO A/S has started hiring engineers to follow through on its promise to bring a bio-based resin to the market for its plastic bricks. In early 2015, the Billund, Denmark-based toymaker said that it would spend 1 billion Danish kroner, or about $152 million, to find a more sustainable alternative to its existing standard ABS used throughout its production. The investment includes establishing the Lego Sustainable Materials Center in Billund, which will focus on finding and implementing alternatives to petroleum-based materials.
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