What's a dry factory?
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At L’Oréal, we use the term “Dry Factory” to refer to a plant where the only water consumption is that used in the composition of products (ex: water as raw material) or for human consumption (ex: water for coffee). This means that 100% of the water used for industrial processes, such as tank cleaning, is purified and reused for other processes on-site such as cooling or washing other types of equipment.  

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