By 2030, we will evaluate all our formulas thanks to our environmental test platform, to guarantee they are respectful of all aquatic ecosystems, whether continental or coastal.
By 2030, we will innovate to enable our consumers to reduce the CO2 emissions resulting from the use of our products by 25% compared to 2016, on average and per finished product.
In 2030, 100% of the water used in our industrial processes will be recycled and reused in a loop.
In 2030, all our strategic suppliers will use water sustainably in the areas where they operate.
-51%We’ve reduced the amount of water used in our plants and distribution centers by 51% compared to 2005, per finished product.
Four of our factories are “waterloop factories”, meaning that all the industrial water is retreated, recycled and reused in a loop
Focus On Optimizing Water Consumption On L’Oréal Sites
To reduce its water consumption, L’Oréal has been channeling its efforts into a multipronged approach involving the respectful use of the resource – minimized to a needs-only basis – and the development of water reuse and recycling projects on sites.
Optimised Water Consumption And Recycling Water On Site
Libramont Factory: A Fourth "Waterloop Factory"
Spain: Burgos, L’Oréal’s First “waterloop Factory”
Russia, Vorsino Plant: The Implementation Of "Waterloop Factories" Continues
Italia: The Settimo Plant Adopts Evapoconcentration