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The Goals Database

Welcome to the Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s Goals Database, a curated compendium of industry commitments aimed at improving packaging sustainability. Discover trends, analyze goals, and learn which topics have the most momentum in the world of sustainable packaging. This database is exclusively for SPC members.

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Learn about 3M

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Learn about ACTEGA North America Technologies

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Learn about Advanced Barrier Extrusions

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Learn about Advanced Food Products

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Learn about Ahlstrom-Munksjö NA Specialty Solutions LLC

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Learn about Ahold Delhaize USA

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Learn about Albertsons Companies

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Learn about ALDI, Inc.

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Learn about Amazon.com, Inc.

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Learn about Amcor

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Learn about American Fuji Seal

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Learn about American Packaging Corporation

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Learn about Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.

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Learn about Anheuser-Busch InBev

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Learn about Apple

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Learn about Aquapak Polymers

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Learn about AR Packaging Group AB

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Learn about Archer Daniels Midland

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Learn about AT&T

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Learn about Avery Dennison

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Learn about Barilla America

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Learn about Bayer

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Learn about Beech-Nut Nutrition Corp.

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Learn about Beiersdorf AG

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Learn about Berry Global

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Learn about Best Buy Co., Inc.

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Learn about BillerudKorsnäs

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Learn about Brandart

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Learn about Calumet Carton Company

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Learn about Campbell Soup Company

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Learn about Cascades

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Learn about Charter NEX Films

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Learn about Chick-fil-A

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Learn about Chobani

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Learn about Church & Dwight Co., Inc.

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Learn about Cisco Systems Inc.

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Learn about Clearwater Paper Corporation

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Learn about Clif Bar & Co.

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Learn about Clorox Company, The

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Learn about Clysar, LLC

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Learn about Coca-Cola Company, The

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Learn about cocokind

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Learn about Colgate-Palmolive Company

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Learn about Conagra Brands Inc.

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Learn about Consolidated Packaging Group

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Learn about Constantia Flexibles International GmbH

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Learn about Costco Wholesale

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Learn about CVS Health

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Learn about Daewon Industrial Co., Ltd

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Learn about Danone North America

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Learn about Dart Container Corp.

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Learn about delfort USA, Inc.

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Learn about Dell

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Learn about Diageo

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Learn about Disney Consumer Products

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Learn about Dole

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Learn about Dollar Tree

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Learn about Domtar

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Learn about Dow

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Learn about Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat

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Learn about Drinkworks

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Learn about DS Smith North America Packaging & Paper

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Learn about Dunkin’ Brands, Inc.

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Learn about DuPont Biomaterials

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Learn about E.&J. Gallo Winery

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Learn about Eagle Flexible Packaging

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Learn about Eastman

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Learn about EasyPak

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Learn about Eco-Products

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Learn about Edgewell Personal Care

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Learn about Envision Plastics

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Learn about Estée Lauder Companies, The

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Learn about Evergreen Packaging

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Learn about ExxonMobil Chemical Co.

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Learn about Fabri-Kal Corporation

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Learn about FedEx

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Learn about FERRERO Technical Services S.r.l.

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Learn about First Quality Tissue

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Learn about Fossil Group

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Learn about Fox Packaging

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Learn about Frontier Co-op

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Learn about Futamura

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Learn about General Mills, Inc.

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Learn about Georgia-Pacific Packaging

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Learn about Golden Arrow Technology America Inc.

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Learn about Good Foods LLC

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Learn about Graham Packaging Company, LP

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Learn about Greiner Packaging Corporation

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Learn about Grove Collaborative

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Learn about Hallmark Cards, Inc.

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Learn about Happy Family Organics

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Learn about Hasbro

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Learn about Henkel Corporation

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Learn about Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

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Learn about Home Depot

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Learn about Hood Packaging

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Learn about HP Inc.

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Learn about IKEA

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Learn about INDEVCO North America

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Learn about Inno-Pak, LLC

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Learn about Innovia Films

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Learn about Intel Corporation

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Learn about International Paper

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Learn about Intertape Polymer Group

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Learn about J. M. Smucker Company, The

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Learn about Jindal Films

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Learn about Johnson & Johnson

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Learn about Kanak Naturals

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Learn about Kaneka Americas Holding, Inc. – Biopolymers Division

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Learn about Kao USA, Inc.

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Learn about Kellogg Company, The

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Learn about Keurig Dr Pepper

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Learn about Kimberly-Clark Corporation

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Learn about Klöckner Pentaplast

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Learn about Kraft Heinz Company

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Learn about Kroger Co., The

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Learn about Kwik Lok Corporation

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Learn about L’Oréal

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Learn about Lamb Weston

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Learn about LG Electronics

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Learn about Lowe’s

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Learn about LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics

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Learn about LyondellBasell Industries

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Learn about Macy’s Inc.

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Learn about Mars, Incorporated

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Learn about Mastronardi Produce

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Learn about Mattel

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Learn about McDonald’s

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Learn about Meijer

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Learn about Merck

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Learn about Metsa Board Americas

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Learn about Microsoft

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Learn about Milliken Chemical

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Learn about Mitsubishi Chemical America

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Learn about Mondelez International

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Learn about Mondi Jackson LLC

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Learn about Nature Fresh Farm Sales

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Learn about NatureWorks

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Learn about Nestlé USA

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Learn about Newell Brands

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Learn about Next Generation Films, Inc.

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Learn about Niagara Bottling

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Learn about Nike Inc.

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Learn about Nordstrom

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Learn about NOVA Chemicals Inc.

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Learn about Novolex

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Learn about O.Berk Company

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Learn about Ocean Spray Cooperative

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Learn about Omya

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Learn about Otter Products

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Learn about PAC Worldwide Corporation

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Learn about Packaging Corporation of America (PCA)

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Learn about Paishing Inc.

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Learn about PakTech

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Learn about Panera Bread

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Learn about PepsiCo

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Learn about Plastic Ingenuity

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Learn about Plastic Packaging Technologies

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Learn about Polyplex USA LLC

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Learn about Polytainers

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Learn about Pratt Industries, Inc.

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Learn about Pregis, LLC

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Learn about Premium Waters Inc.

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Learn about Printpack, Inc.

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Learn about Procter & Gamble

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Learn about Publix Super Markets, Inc.

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Learn about PVH Corp.

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Learn about Quad

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Learn about Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB)

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Learn about Revolution Company

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Learn about Reynolds Consumer Products

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Learn about Rite Aid

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Learn about Rocket Industrial

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Learn about Rodan & Fields

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Learn about Ronpak, Inc.

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Learn about Roplast Industries Inc.

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Learn about rPlanet Earth

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Learn about S-One Labels & Packaging

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Learn about Sabert Corporation

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Learn about Sappi North America

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Learn about SC Johnson

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Learn about Scholle IPN

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Learn about Scotts Miracle-Gro

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Learn about SeaCa Plastic Packaging

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Learn about Sealed Air Corporation

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Learn about Seaman Paper Company

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Learn about Seda

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Learn about Selig Group

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Learn about Sephora

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Learn about Seventh Generation

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Learn about Silgan Holdings, Inc.

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Learn about Solvay Specialty Polymers USA, LLC

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Learn about Sonoco Products Company

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Learn about Sonos, Inc.

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Learn about St. John’s Packaging Ltd

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Learn about Staples

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Learn about Starbucks Coffee Company

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Learn about Stonyfield Farm, Inc.

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Learn about Stora Enso North American Sales Inc.

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Learn about Subway Restaurants

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Learn about Sun Chemical

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Learn about Sustana Group

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Learn about Taghleef Industries

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Learn about Target

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Learn about TC Transcontinental

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Learn about Tetra Pak Inc.

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Learn about The Hershey Company

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Learn about Tillamook County Creamery Association

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Learn about Toppan USA, Inc.

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Learn about Toray Plastics (America), Inc.

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Learn about Total Corbion PLA

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Learn about Trader Joe’s

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Learn about TreeHouse Foods

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Learn about Tyson Foods, Inc.

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Learn about U.S. Postal Service

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Learn about Ulta

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Learn about Unilever

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Learn about United Natural Foods

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Learn about UPM Raflatac

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Learn about UPS

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Learn about Verizon Wireless

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Learn about Walgreens Boots Alliance

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Learn about Walmart

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Learn about Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

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Learn about Wendy’s

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Learn about WestRock

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Learn about Weyerhaeuser Company

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Learn about Winpak Ltd.

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Learn about World Centric

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Learn about Yum! Brands, Inc.

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Packaging Sustainability Goals

Bio-based / Renewable Materials
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Companies With Goals: Bio-based / Renewable Materials

  • 3M
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Design packaging to be reusable, recyclable, and/or made with renewable resources.

  • Apple
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Designing and building products and packaging with recycled and renewable materials, and using materials more efficiently.

     

  • AR Packaging Group AB
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    AR Packaging Systems products will increasingly use renewable raw materials (in addition to cartonboard) so that 25% of plastics will be biobased [by 2025]. AR Packaging Flexibles will increase the ratio of renewable raw materials to 60% [by 2025].

  • Berry Global
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    2025: Encourage the development of renewable materials.

  • Clif Bar & Co.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    2025: 25% of the plastic used in our packaging will be made with renewable or recycled materials

  • Conagra Brands Inc.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Our sustainable packaging strategy includes a goal of making 100% of Conagra Brands’ plastic packaging renewable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.

  • Danone North America
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    We aim to offer consumers bottles made of 100% renewable plastic (bioPET) by 2025.

  • delfort USA, Inc.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Responsible input: increase the use of eco-based or eco-friendly raw materials.

  • Eco-Products
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    In 2020, determine opportunities to incorporate certified sugarcane fiber into our supply chain and develop a roadmap for achieving certification.

  • FedEx
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    In addition to purchasing our paper from certified forest programs, we continue to incorporate alternative fibers into our product mix.

  • FERRERO Technical Services S.r.l.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Use of packaging made from renewable sources (+10% compared to 2009) by 2020.

  • General Mills, Inc.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    We continually innovate to reduce the environmental impact of packaging through better design – by decreasing materials use, switching to lower impact materials (including renewable) and improving truckload packing efficiencies.

  • Henkel Corporation
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    We aim to reduce the amount of virgin plastics from fossil sources in our consumer products by 50 percent. We will achieve this by increasing the proportion of recycled plastic to more than 30 percent, by reducing the plastic volume, and by increasingly using bio-based plastics.

  • J. M. Smucker Company, The
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Goal: Strive to use 30% post-consumer recycled or renewable resource materials in plastic packaging by 2030

  • Kao USA, Inc.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Our Renewable initiatives include converting petroleum-based resins to bioplastics derived from renewable plant sources, such as polylactic acid and bio-polyethylene.

  • L’Oréal
  • Metsa Board Americas
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    We are looking for fossil free solutions to replace for example oil-based latex used in paperboard and phenolbased glues used in wood products.

  • Microsoft
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Incorporate 100% recycled, renewable or responsibly sourced content in packaging.

  • O.Berk Company
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    We will continue to explore opportunities to introduce this plant-based PET into our supply chain to reduce carbon emissions and move away from petroleum-based materials.

  • Plastic Ingenuity
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Bio-materials — we’re always researching and developing more sustainable and/or biodegradable materials to find options that meet the rigorous requirements of our high-quality packaging.

  • Polyplex USA LLC
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Efforts are underway to introduce our sustainable range of products with bio-ethanol-based input materials.

  • Procter & Gamble
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Create technologies by 2020 to substitute top petroleum-derived raw materials with renewable materials as cost and scale permit.

  • Seventh Generation
  • Tetra Pak Inc.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Our goal is to field test an aseptic package made fully from renewable sources by 2022.

  • Toray Plastics (America), Inc.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    At Toray Plastics (America), R&D is focused on the development of materials that are fossil fuel-free, compostable, biodegradable, and/or recyclable.

  • Tyson Foods, Inc.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    The packaging design process prioritizes increasing the use of recyclable and renewable materials, as well as minimizing packaging where possible.

  • UPM Raflatac
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    We’re committed to moving beyond fossils by developing alternative, net positive renewable labeling solutions.

  • Walmart
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    Maximize recycled and sustainably sourced renewable content

  • Winpak Ltd.
    Bio-based / Renewable Materials

    We continue to explore and evaluate bio-based thermoplastics

Design For Recovery
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Companies With Goals: Design For Recovery

  • 3M
  • Ahold Delhaize USA
    Design For Recovery

    Innovate to ensure 100% of plastic packaging can be easily and safely reused, recycled, or composted by 2025

  • Albertsons Companies
    Design For Recovery

    Achieve even greater sustainability of Own Brands product packaging by ensuring that 100% of packaging will be recyclable, reusable or industrially compostable by 2025

  • ALDI, Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, 100 percent of ALDI packaging, including plastic packaging, will have reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging.

  • Amazon.com, Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    We continue to pursue multi-year waste reduction initiatives under our Frustration-Free Packaging Program to promote easy-to-open, 100% recyclable packaging and to ship products in their own packages without additional shipping boxes.

     

  • Amcor
    Design For Recovery

    Develop all our packaging to be recyclable or reusable by 2025.

  • Anheuser-Busch InBev
  • AR Packaging Group AB
    Design For Recovery

    All AR Packaging carton-based products will be fully recyclable in established recycling streams. AR Packaging aims to provide 100% recyclable packaging and significantly increase the ratio of renewable packaging where it does not have a detrimental effect on consumer safety, product quality, or food waste.

  • Barilla America
    Design For Recovery

    By 2020 all packaging materials placed on the market will be monomaterial or recyclable with paper according to the reference standards.

  • Beiersdorf AG
    Design For Recovery

    100% of our packaging refillable, reusable or recyclable by 2025.

  • Berry Global
    Design For Recovery

    2025: Design 100% of packaging to be reusable, recyclable, or compostable.

  • Campbell Soup Company
    Design For Recovery

    Transition 100% of packaging to recyclable or industrially compostable designs and materials by 2030.

  • Chobani
    Design For Recovery

    Convert 50% of our product packaging to be either fully recyclable, compostable, biodegradable or made with recycled content

  • Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    Ensure greater than 95% of global product packaging is recyclable by 2025.

  • Cisco Systems Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    Design all new products using circular design principles by 2025.

  • Clif Bar & Co.
    Design For Recovery

    100% of our packaging will be reusable, recyclable, or compostable

  • Clorox Company, The
    Design For Recovery

    100% recyclable, reusable or compostable packaging by 2025

  • Coca-Cola Company, The
    Design For Recovery

    Make 100% of our packaging recyclable globally by 2025.

  • Colgate-Palmolive Company
    Design For Recovery

    All packaging recyclable in Personal Care, Home Care, and Pet Nutrition by 2020. All packaging recyclable, refillable or compostable for all categories by 2025.

  • Constantia Flexibles International GmbH
    Design For Recovery

    We pledge that 100% of our packaging will be recyclable by 2025.

  • Costco Wholesale
    Design For Recovery

    Increase the recyclability and compostability of all packaging.

  • Danone North America
    Design For Recovery

    Our goal for 2025 is for every piece of packaging—from bottle caps to yogurt cups—to be reusable, recyclable, or compostable.

  • Diageo
    Design For Recovery

    Ensure 100% of our plastics use is designed to be widely recyclable (or reusable/compostable), using plastics that allow for increased consumer recycling rates

  • Dole
    Design For Recovery

    Ensure that all Dole tropical fruits packaging materials are either recyclable or compostable by 2025

  • Dow
    Design For Recovery

    By 2035, Dow will close the loop by enabling 100% of Dow products sold into packaging applications to be reusable or recyclable.

  • Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat
    Design For Recovery

    Dr. Elsey’s is on a mission to provide recyclable packaging materials and opportunities for our customers to minimize their waste footprint.

  • Drinkworks
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, 100% of our packaging will be reusable or recyclable curbside.

  • DS Smith North America Packaging & Paper
    Design For Recovery

    Manufacture 100 percent reusable or recyclable packaging by 2025 and grow our net positive recycling position.

  • Dunkin’ Brands, Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    Increase the recyclability of our hot cup lids and transition our system to a polypropylene lid by mid-2020.

  • Edgewell Personal Care
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, ensure 100% of plastic packaging is recyclable, compostable or reusable in our razors & blades segment. By 2030, achieve this in all remaining segments.

  • Estée Lauder Companies, The
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, 75-100% of our packaging will be recyclable, refillable, reusable, recycled or recoverable.

  • ExxonMobil Chemical Co.
    Design For Recovery

    We are continuing to develop polymers that enable customers to use less plastic and make the plastic they use easier to recycle.

  • FERRERO Technical Services S.r.l.
    Design For Recovery

    100% packaging to be reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.

  • Fossil Group
    Design For Recovery

    We aim to transition to 100% circular primary packaging by 2025. This means using packaging that can be reused (like our famous tins) or recycled.

  • Fox Packaging
    Design For Recovery

    Fox Packaging is committed to producing earth-friendly packaging options, utilizing plastic components that are 100% recyclable polyethylene and polypropylene.

  • Frontier Co-op
    Design For Recovery

    [Sustainability target for FY19 to] Maintain recyclability of packaging at 88%

  • General Mills, Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    100 percent of our packaging be recyclable by design by 2030.

  • Graham Packaging Company, LP
    Design For Recovery

    All of our plastic packaging will be able to be reused, recycled or composted by 2025.

  • Greiner Packaging Corporation
    Design For Recovery

    100% of our plastic packaging should be 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.

  • Happy Family Organics
    Design For Recovery

    Make 100% of our packaging recyclable, reusable, or compostable by 2025.

  • Henkel Corporation
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025,100 percent of Henkel’s packaging will be recyclable or reusable.

  • IKEA
    Design For Recovery

    Designing products from the very beginning to be repurposed, repaired, reused, resold and recycled.

  • J. M. Smucker Company, The
    Design For Recovery

    Goal: Strive for 100% recyclable, compostable or reusable packaging materials by 2025

  • Johnson & Johnson
    Design For Recovery

    2020 Goals: Increase the recyclability of our Consumer product packaging to 90+ percent (on a weight basis).

  • Kanak Naturals
  • Kao USA, Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    Increasing the percentage of our plastic packaging by weight that is made from recycled resins, and the amount that is practically recyclable by consumers.

  • Kellogg Company, The
    Design For Recovery

    Work toward 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by the end of 2025.

  • Keurig Dr Pepper
    Design For Recovery

    Make all K-Cup® pods in the U.S. recyclable by the end of 2020.

    Convert 100% of packaing to be recyclable or compostable by 2025.

  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025 75% of the material in our products will be either biodegradable or will be recovered and recycled and 100% of our packaging will be reusable, recyclable or compostable.

  • Klöckner Pentaplast
    Design For Recovery

    Our goal: only use materials that are practically recyclable or sustainably sourced by 2028.

  • Kraft Heinz Company
    Design For Recovery

    We aim to make 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable packaging by 2025.

  • Kroger Co., The
    Design For Recovery

    Through the design optimized process, Kroger will strive to increase the recyclability of Our Brands manufactured plastic packaging.

  • L’Oréal
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, 100% of our plastic packaging will be refillable, reusable, recyclable or compostable.

  • Lamb Weston
    Design For Recovery

    Lamb Weston’s vision for sustainable packaging includes: Using materials that are recyclable, repulpable, compostable, or biodegradable at end-of-life.

  • LG Electronics
    Design For Recovery

    In 2012, LGE established the guidelines for reducing the weight and volume, reuse, and recycling of packaging materials.

  • Mars, Incorporated
    Design For Recovery

    100% of our plastic packaging to be reusable, recyclable or compostable

  • Microsoft
    Design For Recovery

    100% recyclable packaging by 2030.

  • Mondelez International
    Design For Recovery

    Make all packaging recyclable by 2025.

  • Mondi Jackson LLC
    Design For Recovery

    Ensure 100% of plastic packaging is reusable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025.

  • Nature Fresh Farm Sales
    Design For Recovery

    At Nature Fresh Farms, we are always designing and reassessing our packages to be optimized for both recyclability and compostability.

  • Nestlé USA
    Design For Recovery

    100% of our packaging is recyclable or reusable by 2025.

  • Newell Brands
    Design For Recovery

    Use materials that are widely recycled and design packaging to be recovered.

  • NOVA Chemicals Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    We are committed to enabling 100 percent of plastics packaging is recyclable or recoverable by 2030; and 100 percent of plastics packaging is re-used, recycled or recovered by 2040.

  • O.Berk Company
    Design For Recovery

    Key initiatives: Design to ensure that the plastic we offer can be reused or recycled.

  • Ocean Spray Cooperative
    Design For Recovery

    Ocean Spray has a team dedicated to ensuring that 100% of our packaging is recyclable, reusable, compostable or biodegradable.

  • Otter Products
    Design For Recovery

    We plan to introduce recyclable packaging for select products in fall 2020.

  • PAC Worldwide Corporation
    Design For Recovery

    PAC has pledged to the Ellen MacArthur Global Commitment and Project Gigaton that 100% of all our products will be recyclable, reusable, or compostable by 2025.

  • PepsiCo
    Design For Recovery

    Design 100% of packaging to be recyclable, compostable, or biodegradable by 2025

  • Procter & Gamble
    Design For Recovery

    We are committed to achieve 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2030.

    2020 Goal: Ensure 90% of product packaging is recyclable.

  • Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB)
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, 100 per cent of our plastic packaging will also be recyclable or reusable, with best-in-class labeling to help consumers recycle effectively.

  • Rodan & Fields
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, 75% of our packaging will be recyclable, refillable, or reusable.

  • SC Johnson
    Design For Recovery

    100% of SC Johnson plastic packaging will be recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025.

    Expand the number of concentrated refill options for SC Johnson products by 2025.

  • Scholle IPN
    Design For Recovery

    Continuously innovate with the goal of fully-recyclable packaging where local capabilities allow.

  • Sealed Air Corporation
    Design For Recovery

    Design and advance packaging solutions to be 100% recyclable or reusable [by 2025]

  • Seventh Generation
    Design For Recovery

    100% of products and packaging biodegradable or recyclable [by 2020]

  • Starbucks Coffee Company
    Design For Recovery

    Double the recyclability of our cups from 2016-2022; develop 100% compostable and recyclable hot cups by 2022 Double the use of reusable cups from 2016-2022

  • Subway Restaurants
    Design For Recovery

    Strive to design 100% of our packaging to be recyclable, compostable or biodegradable.

  • Target
    Design For Recovery

    Work towards designing 100% of owned-brand packaging to be recyclable, compostable or reusable by 2025

    Explore at least five reuse programs that work to reduce or eliminate single-use plastic and – where possible – pilot by 2025

  • TC Transcontinental
    Design For Recovery

    By 2025, 100% of our plastic packaging to be reusable, recyclable or compostable

  • Toray Plastics (America), Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    At Toray Plastics (America), R&D is focused on the development of materials that are fossil fuel-free, compostable, biodegradable, and/or recyclable.

  • Unilever
  • UPM Raflatac
    Design For Recovery

    We enable our customers’ plastic packaging to be fully reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025. We make sure all the plastic packaging used in our production units is reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025. We’re developing labeling solutions that promote reusable packaging solutions.

  • Walmart
    Design For Recovery

    Seek to achieve 100 percent recyclable, reusable or industrially compostable packaging for its private brand packaging by 2025

  • Winpak Ltd.
    Design For Recovery

    WINPAK focuses its efforts on producing packaging that is recyclable.

  • Yum! Brands, Inc.
    Design For Recovery

    2025: Taco Bell will make all its consumer-facing packaging recyclable, compostable or reusable, eliminate any PFAS, phthalates and BPA from its packaging, and add recycling and/or composting bins to restaurants globally where infrastructure permits.

    2025: KFC will make all plastic-based, consumer-facing packaging recoverable or reusable globally.

Eliminate Unfavorable Materials
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Companies With Goals: Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

  • 3M
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    3M continues to convert plastic blister packaging from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) to recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET), including our Command™ and Post -it® product lines.

  • Advanced Food Products
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    AFP is constantly engaged in packaging optimization, utilizing BPA non-intent plastics and reducing the usage of raw materials without compromising product protection.

  • Ahold Delhaize USA
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Ahold Delhaize USA’s companies will restrict the intentional use of chemicals of concern and place chemicals of concern, including per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), Bisphenol A (BPAs), Phthalates and more on a restricted substance list for a full range of private brand products. The restricted list will cover both private brand products and food packaging for these products and work will focus on ensuring more sustainable substitutes for chemicals of concern are used.

  • Albertsons Companies
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    It is our desire as a company to use BPA-free packaging for as many products as possible. We expect to make the transition on an ongoing basis as new options become commercially available.

    Decrease plastic usage, with an emphasis on single-use plastics.

    Suppliers are encouraged to provide packaging that minimizes or eliminates the use of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) including Oriented Polystyrene (OPS) material.

    Suppliers are encouraged to provide packaging that eliminates materials that contain or contribute to dioxins, furans, suspected endocrine-disrupters, or toxic heavy metals.

  • ALDI, Inc.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We’re limiting BPA in our ALDI-exclusive brand products where possible.

  • Apple
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    To improve our packaging, we are working to eliminate plastics, increase recycled content, and reduce our packaging overall.

     

  • Berry Global
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    By signing the Global Commitment, we have pledged to take action to eliminate problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging.

  • Campbell Soup Company
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We are in transition to introducing non-BPA coatings to V8 beverage cans, microwaveable bowls and screw-top lids on glass jars.

  • Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Ensure all non-pharma product packaging is free from PVC, including timely elimination from newly acquired products.

    Removing, reducing and restricting the use of materials that may present human health or environmental toxicity risks.

    Plastic should be eliminated or reduced from our packaging wherever it is practical. Plastic should also be reduced in weight where it is not deemed necessary for product protection and containment.

  • Cisco Systems Inc.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Reduce all foam used in Cisco product packaging by 75 percent measured by weight, by FY25 (FY19 base year). Decrease use of virgin plastics by 20 percent by FY25 (FY18 base year).

  • Clorox Company, The
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We plan to continue supporting ongoing packaging commitments established in our 2020 strategy. These include driving the elimination of PVC packaging from our product portfolio.

  • Colgate-Palmolive Company
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We are committed to exiting PVC by 2020.

  • Danone North America
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We will phase out all PVC packaging by 2021. For polystyrene (PS) packaging, we will follow a dual strategy: significantly reduce our dependency on this material while collaborating to develop the first recycling streams.

  • Fossil Group
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Eliminate virgin plastics use across our supply chain.

  • Grove Collaborative
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Grove will be 100% plastic-free by 2025.

  • Hasbro
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Eliminate virtually all plastic in packaging for new products by the end of 2022.

  • Henkel Corporation
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We want to remove and avoid polyvinyl chlorides (PVC) and other substances of potential concern.

  • Home Depot
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We’re replacing EPS with recyclable materials like molded pulp and paper in some private-label packaging.

  • HP Inc.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Eliminate 75% of single-use plastic packaging by 2025 compared to 2018.

  • IKEA
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Removing all single-use plastic products from the IKEA range globally and from customer and co-worker restaurants in stores by 2020.

  • Kroger Co., The
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    In 2018, we developed a national plan to eliminate single-use plastic grocery shopping bags by 2025

    To address any concerns our customers may have about Bisphenol A (BPA) in product packaging, we have been working to limit the presence of BPA in the Our Brands portfolio.

  • Mars, Incorporated
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    25% reduction in virgin plastic use by 2025 dependent on advancement of chemical recycling at pace and scale & alignment of food safety regulations. Eliminate PVC (by 2020)

  • Mastronardi Produce
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    The company is also working on innovative, plastic-free paperboard packaging that will allow them to replace millions of flow-wrapped packages.

  • McDonald’s
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We’re working to reduce plastic in guest packaging which is hard to recycle,is not needed for safety or functionality, and is likely to leak into the environment, such as straws, plastic bags and cutlery.

  • Metsa Board Americas
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    By 2030 our mills will be fossil free and we will no longer use fossil oil based packaging or raw materials.

  • Microsoft
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Eliminate all virgin, single use petroleum-based plastics by 2025.

  • Nestlé USA
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Building on our commitment, we will reduce the use of virgin plastics by one third by 2025.

  • Newell Brands
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    By 2025, eliminate the use of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) in all product packaging.

  • Nordstrom
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Reduce single-use plastic in our value chain by 50%

  • O.Berk Company
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Key initiative: Reduce the amount of plastic in our product offerings.

  • PepsiCo
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Reduce 35% of virgin plastic content across our beverage portfolio by 2025.

  • Publix Super Markets, Inc.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We will continue to work with our Publix brand suppliers to limit the use of BPA in food packaging.

  • PVH Corp.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    The PVH Dress Furnishings Group is working to minimize plastic elements from our dress shirt packaging and expect to reduce plastic use by 68 tons starting in 2020.

  • Seventh Generation
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    50% of all laundry-detergent will be sold in non-plastic packaging [by 2025]

  • Starbucks Coffee Company
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Eliminate single-use plastic straws globally by the end of 2020

  • Target
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Work to eliminate expanded polystyrene from our owned-brand packaging by 2022

    Work toward elimination of the following problematic plastics in owned-brand packaging: polystyrene, PVC, PVDC and carbon black

  • Trader Joe’s
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We identified for our vendors the substances that we want to eliminate and/or avoid in our packaging, including: Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS); Bisphenol A (BPA) & Bisphenol S (BPS); Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEs); Polystyrene (PS); Styrene; Phthalates.

  • Unilever
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Eliminate problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging and move from single-use to reuse packaging models

  • Walgreens Boots Alliance
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    Work with suppliers to eliminate the non-recyclable packaging material PVC in general merchandise packaging by 2020

  • Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    We’ve committed to reducing our in-store plastic packaging made from fossil fuels, along with other single-use plastics, by 10 million pounds by 2024.

  • Yum! Brands, Inc.
    Eliminate Unfavorable Materials

    2025: Taco Bell will make all its consumer-facing packaging recyclable, compostable or reusable, eliminate any PFAS, phthalates and BPA from its packaging, and add recycling and/or composting bins to restaurants globally where infrastructure permits.

Improving Recovery Infrastructure
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Companies With Goals: Improving Recovery Infrastructure

  • 3M
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    In 2019, 3M also sponsored Closed Loop Partners’ Accelerate Circular Supply Chain Initiative. The overarching goal of this initiative is to evaluate and scale technologies that can meaningfully shift plastics supply chains toward more circular material flows.

  • Amazon.com, Inc.
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Amazon announced a $10 million investment in Closed Loop Fund as part of its commitment to minimizing waste and making it easier for customers and communities to recycle.

  • Amcor
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Amcor is a core partner in the New Plastics Economy initiative. We partner with global organizations like Ocean Conservancy and the Earthwatch Institute to increase the collection and recycling of plastic packaging after use and to reduce plastics in the environment. We also participate in regional initiatives to increase the collection and recycling of packaging, including The Recycling Partnership, Materials Recovery for the Future, CEFLEX, REDcycle, and the Chilean Plastics Pact. We anticipate our involvement in local programs will increase as additional projects commence.

  • Amy’s Kitchen, Inc.
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Currently, we’re evaluating new biodegradable food trays, increasing the percentage of paperboard in our boxes, and advocating locally for recycling and composting efforts.

  • Berry Global
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Expand and modernize waste infrastructure to increase recovery and prevent loss of plastic into the environment [by 2025]

  • Campbell Soup Company
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Expand access to recycling and advance the development of infrastructure to improve the collection and recycling of packaging by building and investing in partnerships with peers and industry groups.

  • Coca-Cola Company, The
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Launching the Every Bottle Back Initiative which will invest $100 million into US recycling infrastructure.

  • Costco Wholesale
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    All locations worldwide have recycling programs that divert waste materials produced through our business operations from landfills. Costco is committed to expanding these programs through partnerships, efficiencies and technologies.

  • Danone North America
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    By 2025, our goal is to have initiated or supported collection and recycling initiatives in each of our top 20 markets (by sales volume, representing around 90% of our total sales). We will step up our investment in private initiatives that strengthen collection and a circular infrastructure, especially in countries where formal systems are absent or in development, or where there is a high risk of leakage into the environment or the oceans.

  • Dart Container Corp.
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    We are inspiring others to invest in secondary material reclamation facilities (MRFs) and committed significant dollars to advance the concept of secondary MRFs in the US.

  • Diageo
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Accelerate our support for recycling by increasing collaboration, particularly where we have influence, and engaging with Governments, peers and consumers to facilitate improved recycling [by 2025].

  • Eco-Products
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    In 2020, play an active role in the successful expansion of access to commercial composting of foodservice packaging in at least three communities.

  • Johnson & Johnson
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    2020 Goals: In three other markets where recycling infrastructure is less mature engage in partnerships to advocate material recovery and recycling efforts.

  • Kroger Co., The
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Support the expansion of infrastructure to increase the availability and accessibility of recycling for Our Brands product packaging.

  • LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    We’re partnering with the Ocean Legacy Foundation to use recovered plastic from the oceans as a material in our bottles and pots.

  • LyondellBasell Industries
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Help demonstrate successful plastic waste management in multiple cities and divert millions of tons of plastic waste through Alliance to End Plastic Waste projects [by 2030]

    Unlock at least five times our investment to increase the recovery and recycling of plastic and accelerate solutions to end plastic waste [by 2030]

  • Mars, Incorporated
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    10 reuse programs that test new business models by 2025.

  • McDonald’s
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    By 2025, our goal is to recycle guest packaging in 100% of McDonald’s restaurants.

  • Mondelez International
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Partnerships have been a cornerstone of our work for many years and we have increased our involvement in multi-stakeholder coalitions to address topics such as packaging waste infrastructure and landscape restoration

    The company will support industry coalitions and public-private partnerships to develop vital waste-management infrastructure to reduce waste and improve real-world recycling rates.

  • Nestlé USA
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    By 2020: drive alliances with relevant stakeholders to address packaging waste management and marine littering in 10 relevant markets.

  • PepsiCo
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Partnering to increase and improve recycling infrastructure and building solutions for current and future material streams.

  • Procter & Gamble
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    [By 2020] Conduct pilot studies in both the developed and developing world to understand how to eliminate landfilled/dumped solid waste.

  • SC Johnson
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    SC Johnson will continue its effort to make curbside recycling of flexible plastic film such as Ziploc® brand bags a reality in the U.S.

    SC Johnson will address the issue of ocean plastics by increasing recycling rates in Indonesia with the opening of eight recycling centers.

  • Target
    Improving Recovery Infrastructure

    Support The Recycling Partnership’s mission to improve how more than 25 percent of the U.S. population recycles by 2020

Increasing Recycling
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Companies With Goals: Increasing Recycling

  • 3M
    Increasing Recycling

    We are also working to give consumers clear recycling instructions for packaging.

  • Ahold Delhaize USA
    Increasing Recycling

    Collecting all plastics is part of our overall goal to recycle 80% of total waste across our operations by 2020.

     

  • Albertsons Companies
    Increasing Recycling

    Provide clear recycling communications on Own Brands product packaging, including the use of QR Codes, by 2022. The company is working with How2Recycle to standardize its labeling system and improve the reliability, completeness, and transparency of recyclability claims.

  • ALDI, Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    With an aim to increase recycling rates, these labels [How2Recycle®] provide clear instructions regarding recyclability for each packaging component. We will complete our transition to this label by 2020.

  • Amazon.com, Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    Amazon aims to increase product and packaging recycling.

  • AR Packaging Group AB
    Increasing Recycling

    AR Packaging Systems will work to increase recycling rates by collaborating with our customers and pushing for improved recycling infrastructure and regulatory reform.

  • Campbell Soup Company
    Increasing Recycling

    Drive increases in recycling rates through standardized on-pack labeling by including the How2Recycle label on 100% of packaging by 2022.

  • Clif Bar & Co.
    Increasing Recycling

    [By 2025] our packaging will drive awareness and education. We’ll start by adding the How2Recycle label to give consistent and transparent recycling information on-package.

  • Clorox Company, The
    Increasing Recycling

    We will continue to feature easy-to-follow on-pack recycling instructions on our U.S. retail product packaging.

  • Coca-Cola Company, The
    Increasing Recycling

    Reduce waste by collecting and recycling a bottle or can for every one we sell by 2030.

  • Conagra Brands Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    We are actively working to include the How2Recycle label on all Conagra Brands products sold in the U.S.

  • Costco Wholesale
    Increasing Recycling

    Costco continues to expand the number of products in the How2Recycle® label program.

  • Danone North America
    Increasing Recycling

    In Indonesia, Danone AQUA is committed to leading a nationwide educational campaign on recycling, with dedicated programs in 20 major cities by 2020. To contribute to raising awareness, it aims to scale up the use of special drop-boxes for plastic bottles, to reach up to 100 million consumers by 2025. We will sharpen our focus on consumer education in markets with a high risk of leakage.

  • Diageo
    Increasing Recycling

    Encouraging consumers to recycle more, by including recycling symbols on our product labels where applicable; and to recycle better, by properly segregating their used plastics to make it easier to recycle and to produce higher quality material.

  • Drinkworks
    Increasing Recycling

    By 2023, we will double the percentage of consumer participation in our mail-back recycling program.

  • Dunkin’ Brands, Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    Double our single-stream recycling rates at our corporate headquarters by the end of 2020.

  • Eagle Flexible Packaging
    Increasing Recycling

    Member of How2Recycle

  • Edgewell Personal Care
    Increasing Recycling

    We are helping consumers to recycle our product packaging through clear, simple instructions on packs.

  • General Mills, Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    In Europe and Asia, we are increasing consumer awareness about plastic packaging recycling options through sorting instruction labeling. In the U.S., through How2Recycle and other global labeling programs, we provide consistent, consumer friendly recycling information on packages.

  • Grove Collaborative
    Increasing Recycling

    100% of our new products with packaging will include a How2Recycle label, and we hope to retroactively cover 75% of our packaging by the end of 2020.

  • Happy Family Organics
    Increasing Recycling

    Include the How2Recycle® label on 100% of primary packaging by 2025.

  • International Paper
    Increasing Recycling

    Increase recovery of old corrugated containers (OCC) by 15% by exploring new sources and diverting usable fiber from landfills.

  • J. M. Smucker Company, The
    Increasing Recycling

    Goal: Make How2Reycle information available for all packaging by 2025

  • Kroger Co., The
    Increasing Recycling

    Kroger will recycle over 200 million pounds more plastic by the end of 2020, from a baseline of 2016. Kroger will recover over 3.3 billion tons of cardboard annually by the end of 2020. Kroger is committed to enabling customer sustainability and increasing the recyclability communication on all applicable Our Brands packaging by 2020. We forecast that each year we will triple the amount of products that have our PLEASE RECYCLE directive and chasing arrows symbol on our products’ packaging labels.

  • LyondellBasell Industries
    Increasing Recycling

    Help demonstrate successful plastic waste management in multiple cities and divert millions of tons of plastic waste through Alliance to End Plastic Waste projects [by 2030]

    Unlock at least five times our investment to increase the recovery and recycling of plastic and accelerate solutions to end plastic waste [by 2030]

  • Macy’s Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    2025 Goal: Increase in-store recycling rate to 67%

  • Mars, Incorporated
    Increasing Recycling

    Recycling guidance for consumers in all major markets by 2025.

  • Mondelez International
    Increasing Recycling

    Have recycling information for consumers on all packaging by 2025.

  • Nestlé USA
    Increasing Recycling

    Nestlé is committed to labeling our plastic product packaging with recycling information to help consumers dispose of it in the right way.

  • NOVA Chemicals Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    We are committed to enabling 100 percent of plastics packaging is recyclable or recoverable by 2030; and 100 percent of plastics packaging is re-used, recycled or recovered by 2040.

  • Ocean Spray Cooperative
    Increasing Recycling

    We’re applying How2Recycle® improved recycling labels on product.

  • PepsiCo
    Increasing Recycling

    Invest to increase recycling rates in key markets by 2025. Educating and encouraging consumers to recycle.

  • Premium Waters Inc.
    Increasing Recycling

    We are also working with our label vendor Inland, in partnership with Avery Dennison, to create CleanFlake™ labels for all .7L and 1L bottles. These innovative labels leave behind no adhesive residue on the bottle during the recycling process, which allows for previously unrecyclable bottles to be converted back to usable recycled plastic.

  • Rodan & Fields
    Increasing Recycling

    We are building a sustainability strategy for 2025 and beyond that includes adding the resin code to all containers in the future.

  • Sealed Air Corporation
    Increasing Recycling

    Lead collaborations with partners worldwide to increase recycling and reuse rates [by 2025]