A few years ago in 2006, Nike found that the gas that it filled its Nike air, air pockets with was bad. The gas is SF6 which was found in refrigerators, and is an extremely potent greenhouse gas. They then spent millions of dollars and redesigned the pocket to not include SF6.
According to the Nike website, the company recognizes the impacts of declining natural resources and the need to move to a low-carbon economy. Nike’s goal is to achieve zero waste and to have products and materials that can be continuously reused. This means no pre or post consumer waste. They currently have available a “Corporate Responsibility Report” that goes in more detail about the steps they are taking.
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