Groupe GM Announces Care About Earth Program

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Groupe GM, an international amenities player, is planning to launch a development program called Care About Earth. The initiative is a means for the company to reduce its impact on the environment and contribute to sustainability. It covers Groupe GM’s environmental and social actions. The company anticipates the program becoming an elemental part of its corporate strategy worldwide.

Groupe GM is pledging to prioritize oxo-biodegradable packaging along with plant-based, recycled plastics.

The company is also developing additives to expedite the decomposition of chemical structures located in plastics. Some of the packaging consists of recycled paper or “stone paper.”

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Having eco-friendly products is way, Groupe GM says, to honor partners and clients around the world.

Along with eco-friendly packaging, Groupe GM utilizes formulas consisting of natural and plant- based ingredients. The surface-active agents have more than 90 percent biodegradability and the formulas are without formaldehyde, phthalates, ionizing radiation or parabens. The international amenities player also develops formulas consisting of natural perfumes, herbal extracts, essential oils and vegetable oils and do not contain any ingredients of animal origin, sulphates, mineral oils, colorants, phenoxyethanol, SLS and SLES. Moreover, Groupe GM’s formulas are dermatologically tested and are not tested on animals. All organic products are certified by ECOCERT and COSMEBIO accredited.

Group GM says it aspires to be a beneficial player in the hospitality sector.

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