We the undersigned wish to communicate our concerns to Lego over the lack of recycled materials in your products.
The plastic used in Lego is mostly acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, or ABS.
Acrylonitrile is produced from propylene and ammonia; butadiene is a petroleum hydrocarbon and styrene monomers are derived from coal. ABS is also a recyclable material, but according to Lego's sustainability report, it would appear that recycled materials outside of those garnered from the production process do not feature in your products.
Lego is an influential company and while we applaud some of your sustainability related activities; as environmentally conscious consumers of Lego products and generally concerned shareholders and citizens, we strongly encourage your company to look closer to home to the raw materials in your products and their impact on the environment. Specifically, we wish to see Lego bricks containing an appreciable level of recycled plastics and packaging made from post-consumer recycled content.
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