P&G launches green scorecard for suppliers

Procter & Gamble has drawn up a sustainability scorecard for its suppliers. The results will inform future purchasing decisions

Procter & Gamble (P&G) has launched a new environmental assessment system for its 75,000 suppliers.1 The initiative will help the firm meet its own corporate goals and feed into its buying decisions.

The US-based giant, which makes cosmetics, food, health and household products, will ask 300 suppliers from more than 30 countries to participate this year.

The results will be used to refine the system and deploy it to as many suppliers as possible from next year, P&G’s associate director for corporate sustainable development Peter White told ENDS.

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