Kleenex is removing the plastic opening on all its tissue boxes as part of a wider commitment to reduce plastic waste.
The plastic opening, designed to help dispense tissues one at a time, has been completely removed from all variants - on the brands 'premium range' it will be replaced by a paper collar.
The change aims to make recycling easier for customers and will roll out across the full portfolio by August 2020 - it is expected to remove 82 tonnes of plastic per year from the supply chain.
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