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End Gillette's Plastic Packaging Pollution
  • Petitioned Gillette, a division of Proctor & Gamble

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Gillette, a division of Proctor & Gamble

End Gillette's Plastic Packaging Pollution

    1. Peter Gottesman Founder, Endangered Species Revenge!
    2. Petition by

      Peter Gottesman Founder, Endangered Species Revenge!

      Scarsdale, NY

Plastic is polluting our oceans, killing ocean life, and damaging the environment and food chain of multiple species. Gilette currently maufactures millions of plastic packaging units for its razor blades, which are not currently recycleable. Gillette owes it to all citizens of the world to change its wasteful, greedy practices - and make biogradable or recycleable products and packaging, or, create a program to collect and recycle its massive output of plastic products and packaging.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Susan Myall PERTH, AUSTRALIA
      • almost 2 years ago

      We produce so much rubbish, much of the wrapping is totally unnessisary, eliminate it and say animal lives

    • Kitty Strange PADERBORN, GERMANY
      • almost 2 years ago

      Stop That

    • Gilda Davies SOUTH PERTH, WA
      • almost 2 years ago

      I hate plastic!!

      • about 2 years ago

      It infuriates me to witness the massive amounts of Gillette plastic packaging that is non-recycleable. And, it is equally infuriating to me that thus far, no one has insisting that Gillette, a division of Proctor and Gamble - has demanded they change their practices to help our envirnoment. We should tell Gillette and Proctor and Gamble that their greed and laziness should not be allowed to trump people's collective concern for our environment.


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