One of the world's largest toy manufacturers - Hasbro - is joining the environmentally-friendly game and has plans to phase out all plastics used to package its toys and games by the end of 2022.
For the record, this plastic ban covers just the packaging for the content, not the plastic in the dolls, action figures and all toys. Hasbro said it is targeting the most wasteful part of the toy buying experience – the part most likely to immediately end up in the trash.
This news comes as part of a decade-long effort to reduce the environmental impact of its products.
Most of the toys Hasbro sells will continue to be made of plastic. But with the packaging decision, Hasbro is going after the most disposable, single-use part of the toy equation.
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