Procter & Gamble has employed its first wind turbine at its plant in Coevorden, Netherlands.
The turbine, part of the company's "P&G's 2020 enivironmental goals" initiative, is expected to produce around 5,500 megawatt-hours of energy per year, covering a third of the total electricity requirement of the plant. The energy produced will be sufficient to provide 1,500 households in the Netherlands with power, according to the company.
New shelter data casts doubt on whether the pet population and pet ownership are truly growing.
While the pandemic caused unprecedented suffering worldwide in 2020, the disruptions to dogs, cats and other pets adoption numbers may normalize in 2021.