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Why solving the problem of plastic waste will begin at home

Despite our best efforts, plastic waste is all but unavoidable - but new technologies can help us fight back. Image: REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Virginie Helias

Chief Sustainability Officer, Procter & Gamble International Operations SA

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