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Aveda Sets Groundbreaking Standard in Sustainability for Beauty Industry
Date:4/28/2009

>"Aveda has been at the forefront of the environmental movement within the beauty industry since its inception and they continue to innovate by fully embracing Cradle to Cradle design," said Professor Michael Braungart, CEO of EPEA. "Aveda is making a difference and ensuring that what they design is beneficial to the biosphere." In 2006, EPEA also endorsed Aveda's Green Ingredient Policy, which it developed to help ensure product ingredient integrity.

MBDC co-founder William McDonough praised Aveda's accomplishments and the company's vision. "For our society to flourish, we must design products and systems based on patterns found in nature, eliminating the concept of waste entirely and creating an abundance that is healthy and sustaining," he said.

Aveda's C2C endorsement is expected to signal an important change within the beauty industry and catalyze sustainable product development and manufacturing. "We can change the world by changing the way the world does business," said Conseil.

Aveda(TM), The Art and Science of Pure Flower and Plant Essences(TM), was founded in 1978 with the goal of providing beauty industry professionals with high performance, botanically based products that would be better for service providers and their guests, as well as for the planet. Aveda manufactures professional plant-based hair care, skin care, makeup, Pure-Fume(TM) and lifestyle products. Headquartered in Blaine, Minnesota, Aveda is available in Aveda stores, on www.aveda.com, and in nearly 7,000 professional hair salons and spas in 29 countries worldwide.

Aveda's numerous corporate and social responsibility associations include CERES (Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies), ISO (International Organization for Standardization), Coop-America/Green Business Network, SVN (Social Venture Network), BSR (Business for
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