Spotlight on the environmental success at Burgos

In 2017, the L’Oréal Group reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 73% (compared to 2005 levels) at its plants and distribution centers – exceeding its target of a 60% reduction by 2020. A total of 24 industrial sites, including 9 factories, are already carbon-neutral.
Here’s a closer look at the production plant at Burgos, Spain, which specializes in professional hair products.


Burgos Plant

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