The Henkel Nigeria, a German multinational and manufacturer of WAW and Nittol detergents, has said that adaptation of circular economy would enhance efficient resource use of recyclable waste products and provide long-term value creation in the production supply chain.
The Henkel stated this while commending the organisers of the maiden edition of the, “Lagos Circular Economy Hotspot 2023 (LCEH2023),” with the theme, “The Future Lagos: Towards a Circular and Resourceful Economy,” an initiative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in partnership with the Lagos State Government, the African Circular Economy Network and the Circular Economy Innovation.
Commenting on the LCEH2023, the Transformation and PAG Manager of Henkel, Ms. Chidera Akwuba, said: “We are certain that the adoption of circular economy principles will foster the efficient resource use of recyclable waste products and provide long-term value creation in the supply chain between the users and manufacturers of such products”.
“As a company committed to shaping a more sustainable future, Henkel continues to invest in research, development, and collaboration to drive the circular economy agenda. Our company is deeply committed to the Circular Economy agenda. Henkel Nigeria recognises the significance of the circular economy as a model of production and consumption.”