How Green Are Those Toys Under the Tree?

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Lego has long-term plans to become a zero-waste company. Stefano Tinti / Shutterstock.com

Lego has long-term plans to become a zero-waste company. Photo: Stefano Tinti/Shutterstock.com

While toy makers depend upon children to want their product, they also know that it’s the parents who have the final say in whether or not those toys make it under the tree on Christmas morning. As more parents are turning an eye to environmental concerns, toy makers are greening up their act, not only in the products they use to create toys, but in the policies they’re putting in place for manufacturing them. Knowing that their business is as much about gaining trust as it is about making toys, toy makers are taking some impressive steps to become more environmentally friendly.

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