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  • Head & Shoulders recycles plastic for packaging
  • Head & Shoulders recycles plastic for packaging
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Head & Shoulders recycles plastic for packaging

Head & Shoulders is collaborating with recycling firm TerraCycle to create the first shampoo bottles made from recycled plastic. It's the latest in a slew of environmentally-conscious and ethical brand initiatives to find alternative production methods in a bid to minimise waste.

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