A design policy which respects the environment.
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With 145 million products sold throughout the world in 2005, Groupe SEB is establishing itself as the market leader in small domestic appliances and is concerned about their impact on the environment and their processing when they come to the end of their service life. This is why, from 2003, the Group has implemented an eco-design approach.
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