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Making a positive impact

We strive to play our part in helping build a sustainable future and create a positive impact on society and the planet, which children will inherit.

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LEGO® Replay

With LEGO Replay, we hope to inspire and help LEGO brick owners pass along the LEGO bricks they aren’t using. Our bricks have endless play value, which is why keeping bricks in play has been at the heart of our LEGO Replay programme since its inception

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Sustainable materials

We are working to make our products from more sustainable and circular materials by 2032. For us, a sustainable material must be responsibly produced, using renewable or recycled resources, generate little or no waste – while meeting our high standards for safety, quality and durability

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Sustainable packaging

During 2023, we continued to introduce paper-based bags made with paper from Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC™C117818) certified forests and FSC controlled wood in our LEGO boxes. A large majority of our packaging will be without single-use plastic by the end of 2025. As we need to take the timeline of our capacity expansions into consideration, the full transition will be completed in 2026.

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In partnership with WWF

The LEGO Group partners with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as part of our effort to reduce carbon emissions in our manufacturing and supply chain operations, and to promote global action on climate change.