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Kimberly-Clark and our well-known brands are passionate about providing you with the essentials for a better life.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. 10h
We're thrilled to sponsor the first-ever Tour’s Family Care Center at the . Thanks to for inviting us to provide a comfortable place to nurse, change diapers and get the wiggles out. And big congrats to on the win!
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 18
Replying to @eaz_____
We do not carry out animal tests for cosmetics, household products or their ingredients, unless specifically required by law and/or regulatory agencies, or if an alternative test is unavailable.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 18
Erin Mitchell Richeson, our associate director for Diversity & Inclusion, says it best. One way we’re uncovering bias is by welcoming Tour to our Neenah, WI campus this week.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 18
Replying to @sergeantblast
Huggies Baby Wipes are 65% natural fiber from sustainable sources. The small amount of plastic in them (far less than all other leading wipes) makes them not tear, but we’re working to reduce this further. Our goal is to eliminate plastic completely from baby wipes.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 18
Replying to @sergeantblast
Our Cottonelle Flushable Wipes are plastic-free and made of fibers that are 100% biodegradable.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 18
Replying to @dannnty
You can contact Olayan Kimberly-Clark (OKC) by calling: (966-3) 847-3133. Thank you.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 18
Replying to @davidwilson73
We did respond to numerous questions and shared that Huggies Baby Wipes are predominantly made from natural fibres (65%) & far less plastic fibres than all other leading wipes brands. We will commit to adding the plastic label to our wipes next year when we update our packaging
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @BarnfatherTracy
Whilst there is no industry-wide plastic symbol/label agreed, we commit to adding the plastic label to our Huggies Baby Wipes next year when we update our packaging. We’re also going to publish the plastic content of Huggies Baby Wipes on our website 2/2
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @BarnfatherTracy
Huggies Baby Wipes are predominantly made from natural fibres (65%) - specifically a pulp from sustainably managed fibre sources. The wipes also contain 35% plastic to give them strength so they clean effectively and not break up in use 1/2
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @Emma_Littleford
Whilst there is no industry-wide plastic symbol/label agreed, we will commit to adding the plastic label to our Huggies® Baby Wipes next year at the same time as we update our packaging. In the meantime, we will publish the plastic content of Huggies® Baby Wipes on our website.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @Emma_Littleford
Huggies® baby wipes actually contain far less plastic fibres compared to all other leading wipes brands on the market and we are already exploring ways to reduce this even more, with a goal of ultimately eliminating plastic completely.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @Emma_Littleford
Huggies® Baby Wipes are predominantly made from natural fibres (65%). The wipes also contain 35% plastic to give them the strength needed to clean effectively and not break up in use.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @Dave4Logic
Whilst there is no industry-wide plastic symbol/label agreed, we will commit to adding the plastic label to our website shortly, and our Huggies® Baby Wipes next year at the same time as we update our packaging.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @Dave4Logic
We make it easy for our customers to understand how to dispose of our wipes in a responsible way with clear labels on the front and back of packs with a “Do Not Flush” icon.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @Dave4Logic
Huggies® Baby Wipes are predominantly made from natural fibres (65%), and contain 35% plastic to give them the strength needed to clean effectively and not break up in use. Further, Kimberly-Clark takes a proactive role in implementing industry’s voluntary codes for labelling.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @aplastic_planet
Whilst there is no industry-wide plastic symbol/label agreed, we will commit to adding the plastic label to our Huggies® Baby Wipes next year at the same time as we update our packaging. In the meantime, we will publish the plastic content of Huggies® Baby Wipes on our website.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @aplastic_planet
Huggies® baby wipes actually contain far less plastic fibres compared to all other leading wipes brands on the market and we are already exploring ways to reduce this even more, with a goal of ultimately eliminating plastic completely.
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Kimberly-Clark Corp. Jun 17
Replying to @aplastic_planet
Huggies® Baby Wipes are predominantly made from natural fibres (65%). The wipes also contain 35% plastic to give them the strength needed to clean effectively and not break up in use.
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Brave Blue World Jun 14
In this latest podcast, Vetrivel Dhagumudi, the global water program leader at , explains the development of water reuse projects across the company’s enormous operations: 1.8 billion people use its products every day in 175 countries. Listen here:
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United Way FoxCities Jun 7
Thank you for making a donation to the through the Fox Cities Diaper Bank! With help from a mother/daughter volunteer team, Jen & Maddie, sorted & inventoried 23,000 feminine hygiene items that will be distributed to 4 local agencies
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