Is LEGO going green? The company has pledged to remove all single-use plastic in e-commerce shipments by 2025 and use sustainable materials in all products by 2030. In 2020, Lego adopted a science-based emissions target to reduce emissions by 37% from a 2019 baseline by 2032.
Why is LEGO going green? The company has a team of 100 people dedicated to developing its green toys, and they need to make sure Lego has an environmentally friendly product it can put on store shelves by 2030. By then, Lego’s colorful building blocks will be made from sustainable materials such as sugar cane.
Is LEGO going to stop using plastic? The recycled prototype brick is the latest development in making the LEGO Group’s products more sustainable. In 2020, the company announced it will begin removing single-use plastic from its boxes. In 2018, it began producing elements from bio-polyethylene (bio-PE), made from sustainably sourced sugarcane.
Are Legos ecofriendly? In 2018, LEGO began producing elements from bio-polyethylene (bio-PE), from sustainably sourced sugarcane. In 2020, LEGO announced that it will also be removing single-use plastics from its boxes. “We’re committed to playing our part in building a sustainable future for generations of children.