Toy sector more sustainable

Toy sector more sustainable

Slowly but surely, more and more (partly) biobased toys are being launched on the market. For…

Lucien Joppen


LEGO Chemie

LEGO abandons use of circular or biobased plastic bricks

Despite earlier promises, LEGO continues to use virgin fossil oil in its building blocks, said CEO…

Editorial office / London

LEGO mad scientist

Step towards strong and sustainable biobased plastics

In The Netherlands, scientists from the Industrial Sustainable Chemistry group led by Prof Gert-Jan Gruter of…

Editorial office / Amsterdam

Nelleke van der Puil (LEGO)

Biobased materials ‘super important’ for LEGO

Biobased raw materials are becoming "super important" for LEGO in order to achieve sustainable growth, according…

Editorial office / Rotterdam

bio!TOY Conference

60 seconds interview with LEGO

Ahead of EFIB 2017, the organisation of EFIB 2017 to Nelleke Van Der Puil, VP of…

Editorial office / Billund

Lego: millions in R&D for new materials

Lego: millions in R&D for new materials

Lego will invest roughly 135 million euro until 2030 in developing and testing new, renewable materials…

Editorial office / Brussels