SC Johnson and the Global Ocean Plastic Crisis
| Case Code: BECG168
Case Length: 14 Pages
Pub Date: 2021
Teaching Note: Available
| Price: Rs.400
Organization: SC Johnson & Son, Inc.
Countries: United States
Themes: Business Ethics, Corporate Responsibility,Sustainability,Business Ethics
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In October 2019, SC Johnson & Son, Inc. (SCJ), US-based global leading manufacturer of household consumer cleaning products, expanded its partnership with social enterprise Plastic Bank to develop recycling infrastructure in developing nations and prevent plastic waste from entering the oceans while providing economic and social benefits to communities. Under the new agreement, it planned to set up a total of 509 plastic collection points across the globe, projected to collect 30,000 metric tons of plastic waste over a period of three years – the equivalent of preventing about 1.5 billion plastic bottles from entering waterways and the ocean. As part of the program, local waste collectors could bring the plastic they had collected to any collection point and exchange it for digital tokens they could use to buy the goods and services they needed..
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