L’Oreal has laid out plans to construct the biggest ever solar energy installation unit, which will be located in Florence, Kentucky. Some have regarded this as a brave and bold move by the company, given the still important industry of coal mining in Kentucky.
However, regardless of the critics, Eric Wolff, the vice president of L’Oreal’s manufacturing operations has said that value of sustainability is not something that the company will ever question. The Florence based manufacturing unit is one of a number that L’Oreal has in the United States and one would assume that they will be taking their sustainable plans nationwide.
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L’Oreal have certainly got their work cut out when it comes to bringing renewable energy sources and sustainability to the state of Kentucky, where coal mining has such a rich history, however, Wolff has constantly stated the L’Oreal’s commitment to sustainability.
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