Heather Clancy of GreenBiz reports on Unilever’s efforts to cut petrochemicals out of its laundry soap.
- Unilever is partnering with Arzeda, a Seattle-based company using physics-based computational protein design and machine learning to identify renewable and biodegradable proteins.
- These proteins and enzymes are naturally derived and are responsible for naturally reactions that could allow Unilever to remove petro-derived chemicals from its products.
- Unilever has committed to become fully biodegradable by 2030 and net-zero by 2039.
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