Positive Plastics Pledge 9 Making it easy to do the right thing People and communities want to play their part but it’s not always obvious what can and can’t be recycled. And sometimes, there just aren’t enough disposal and recycling facilities around. We want to make it really simple for consumers to recycle our products, so we’re reducing the number of polymers we use. By simplifying our range of materials and making it clearer how each product can be recycled, we hope to make consumer recycling, post-consumer sorting and collection much easier for everyone. We’re also committed to phasing out non-recyclable plastics, where functional and sustainable alternatives exist, without contributing to food waste. By 2028, we aim to only use materials that are practically recyclable or sustainably sourced. We’re already looking at developing new materials and, while many of them are only at the research stage, we’re investing in the right solutions. We’re not there yet but we’re working on it. We’re focused on using more recyclable, sustainable materials. Why don’t we use more biodegradable plastics? The infrastructure for biodegradable plastics is not currently well established. Therefore, if added to an existing plastics recycling process, there is a risk of contamination to the plastics stream. Presently, biodegradables do not match the same functional benefits of recyclable PET, which is why it is our preferred sustainable material of choice and it supports a circular economy. D e s i g n and M anufacturing