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  • 16/12/2014 03:04 pm GMT
    At P&G, we believe that when sustainability goals and progress are led from within operating business units - and when business leaders see sustainability as a choice for growth and profitability - investment and breakthrough innovation will follow.We also know that when we set a goal, P&G employees will work their hardest to not just meet it, but to exceed it.more...
  • 14/10/2014 11:46 am BST
    Yesterday, we announced that we’re expanding our sustainability goals to continue creating value with consumer-preferred brands and products while conserving resources, protecting the environment, and improving social conditions for those who need it most.            We’re guided by 12 established Environmental Sustainability Goals toward our vision of 100% renewable energy use, 100% renewable or recycled materials formore...
  • 10/10/2014 05:05 pm BST
    We're thrilled to announce a partnership with American chemicals companyDuPont on a more sustainable way to make Tide Coldwater. For context, this move will save enough power each year to do all the laundry in homes across California for over a month. Corn-based ethanol is a key ingredient in Tide that enhances washing and stabilizes the detergent formula. With this move, we will switch to cellulosic ethanol, which is derived from agricultural waste.more...
  • 21/08/2014 02:19 pm BST
    Employees at Procter & Gamble’s Surrey Head Office have presented two charities with cheques for £33,000 from funds raised by employees across the past year.Representatives from Save the Children and the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) attended an event at the Weybridge office of the Global Consumer Goods Company to receive the cheques from P&G UK & Ireland Managing Director, Irwin Lee.All the funds were raised by employees at the company’s offices throughmore...
  • 08/04/2014 04:03 pm BST
    Today, we announced an advancement in our global sustainability goals by declaring a commitment to no deforestation in our palm oil supply chain. Our aim is to help improve practices with all its suppliers, including small local farmers, to ensure protection of forests.“P&G’s commitment to no deforestation in our palm supply chain is unequivocal,” said Len Sauers, P&G Vice President of Global Sustainability.Our new goals call for ensuring no deforestation in our entire palm supplymore...
  • 27/09/2013 05:22 pm BST
    Would you drink water from a puddle on busy city street?For many people around the world, the only water available to them is of “street puddle” quality … or worse.more...
  • 09/03/2012 01:00 pm GMT
    As part of our Live, Learn and Thrive Community outreach, P&G recently helped mark the 10th Anniversary of leading UK charity and LLT partner - Teach First with a unique Royal visit.more...
  • 08/02/2012 02:06 pm GMT
    Procter & Gamble (P&G) are very proud to sponsor the P&G Surrey School Games for the second year running.  This follows the success of the first Games in 2011, where over 3,000 young people participated in sport county finals, 20,000 in competitions leading up to the county finals and a further 1,852 young people set a world-breaking record for the largest human Olympic Games logo.more...
  • 25/01/2012 02:45 pm GMT
    Billions of consumers around the world are familiar with P&G’s products, from laundry detergent to nappies and shampoo to cosmetics. But this week, we are shining the spotlight on a side of our company you may not know and an innovation that has touched and improved lives all over the world. This week, we are launching the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Programme (CSDW) Facebook page and, with it, a campaign called 1 “like” = 1 day of Clean Drinking Water. For every “like” wemore...
  • 20/12/2011 11:05 am GMT
    For the past seven years, P&G has been sharing clean drinking water with those who need it most through our Children’s Safe Drinking Water Programme and we’re now celebrating an exciting milestone – the distribution of our four billionth litre.Since the programme began in 2004, we've helped bring clean water to people in over 65 developing countries. The four billionth litre was shared in the Ayuttaya province of Thailand, with a family who survived the country’s worst flooding in half amore...