The Goals Database
SC Johnson will source 100 percent of our pulp, paper and packaging from certified, sustainably managed sources (FSC, PEFC or other credible standards) or from recycled material by 2020.
Ecover has set itself the bold ambition to use 100% recycled plastic in all bottles by 2020, to introduce recycled content into its caps from 2018 and to trial new, non-plastic, fully biodegradable materials that are still recyclable by 2020.
SC Johnson will increase its use of PCR plastic in its packaging from 10 million kilograms to more than 30 million kilograms by 2025. As part of this, SC Johnson will increase the percentage of PCR plastic that it uses in its North American and European bottles from 20 percent today to 40 percent by 2025.
Renewable / Alternative Energy
We are committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner. That means taking a look at our operations and finding where we can lessen our impact by reducing global manufacturing waste and greenhouse gas emissions, and increasing our use of global energy from renewable sources.
Taking action to eliminate problematic or unnecessary plastic packaging by 2025.
Taking action to move from single-use toward reuse models where relevant by 2025.
Expand the number of concentrated refill options for SC Johnson products by 2025.
Continue to remove excess plastics wherever possible.
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
Responsible Fiber Sourcing
SC Johnson will source 100 percent of our pulp, paper and packaging from certified, sustainably managed sources (FSC, PEFC or other credible standards) or from recycled material by 2020
As a member of the Consumer Goods Forum, SC Johnson shares their commitment to net-zero deforestation by 2020 through the sustainable sourcing of pulp, paper, packaging and palm oil.