Established in the year 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, the Danish company, Lego, is amongst the world’s leading toy brands even in the technologically advancing day and age of today.
Since the early part of the 1960s, most of Lego’s innumerable pieces of bricks have been produced from a form of plastic known as acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS).
However, Lego is now in the process of creating a strategy that will make all its core products from environmentally sustainable materials by 2030. Its sustainability goals thus include creating bricks from bioplastic and being able to generate little to no waste. Just the previous year, Lego announced that it would begin eliminating single-use plastic from its boxes.