The disposable gloves industry witnessed a significant growth during pandemic with the demand for personal protective products increasing. Gloves became inevitable for ensuring contact-less interactions; however, the end-of-life product waste originating from these products are a significant ESG challenge. Mass production of disposable gloves have multiple long-term threats to different components of environment- biodiversity, climate, life under water, and life on land.

Why is it important to have ESG?

The abbreviation ESG stands for environmental, social and corporate governance. It is a measurement that takes into account a company's social and environmental impact on the global community. It brings awareness to the different climate issues that are occurring and encourages businesses to adopt practices and policies that are better for the environment. ESG not only helps businesses by attracting a more diverse workforce to bring in new ideas, but it also helps businesses have a greater positive impact on our world.

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