The Goals Database
Amazon.com, Inc.View Profile
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.
In 2017, we announced our commitment to a closed-loop supply chain—where products are made using recycled or renewable materials only. And where we return an equivalent amount of material back to the market to be used by us or others.
We hold ourselves to a strict definition of closed loop: To meet our goal, we must use 100 percent responsibly sourced recycled or renewable materials and ensure the equivalent amount is returned to market.
Campbell Soup CompanyView Profile
Our supporting 2020 goals, which track back to a FY2008 baseline, keep us continually focused on building sustainable business models. They include:
– Deliver 100% of global packaging from sustainable materials (renewable, recyclable, or from recycled content)
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.View Profile
Ensure greater than 95% of global product packaging is recyclable by 2025.
Cisco Systems Inc.View Profile
Once basic packaging and material requirements have been met, Cisco evaluates four additional aspects of environmental package design:
• Packaging material optimization: Designing a package that adequately protects the product from transport damage or waste while optimizing the volume of material and complying with all relevant environmental regulations.
• Space efficiency optimization: Designing a package that optimizes space/cube efficiency during transport.
• Optimizing distribution: Designing the product for distribution in order to further reduce the amount of packaging material used and/or GHG emitted in transportation.
• Environmentally friendly materials: Including recycled content and recyclability in product designs.
Clorox Company, TheView Profile
By 2020, we seek to have more that 90% of all our products in recyclable primary packaging.
Coca-Cola Company, TheView Profile
Make all our packaging 100% recyclable by the year 2025
Colgate-Palmolive CompanyView Profile
100 percent recyclability of the plastic we use in our packaging across all categories by 2025.
We have set four sustainable packaging targets to be achieved by 2020.
– Reduce total packaging weight by 15%
– Increase recycled content to 45%
– Make 100% of our packaging recyclable or reusable
– Sustainably source all our paper and board packaging to ensure zero net deforestation.
Ensure 100% of the plastic we use is designed to be widely recyclable (or reusable/compostable), using plastics that allow for increased consumer recycling rates [by 2025].
Dunkin' Brands, Inc.View Profile
We evaluate our packaging on an ongoing basis with suppliers and discuss opportunities to decrease the amount of material in our packaging; increase the amount of recycled and/or certified material in our packaging; and find packaging options that are recyclable, compostable, biodegradable or a combination of those.
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
Our sustainable packaging approaches include: – Low-impact sourcing: Making sustainability one of the essential criteria in purchasing decisions, along with quality, price and innovation. This will ensure a “least-carbon intensive” approach throughout our supply chain.
– Bio-sourcing: Taking advantage of advances in bio-sourced materials, especially as replacements for oil/gas derived plastics.
– Recycling: Substituting some part of virgin content for recycled content.
– Material substitution: Using components made from less carbon-intensive materials.
– Recyclable packaging: Identifying opportunities to pursue recyclable primary packaging, as well as inserts.
– Elimination: We are identifying and striving to eliminate components within our packaging where possible.
Fabri-Kal CorporationView Profile
Greenware products are certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) for compostability. Greenware PLA products meet international standard ASTM 6400 for compostability and Greenware Fiber products meet international standard ASTM 6868 for compostability. Greenware products are compostable in actively managed municipal or industrial facilities, which may not be available in your area. Recent data suggests that facilities that recycle PET cups and containers are available to a substantial majority of U.S. consumers.
Hewlett-Packard Company (HP)View Profile
We require HP packaging material to be recyclable, as defined by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. While HP’s packaging is recyclable, some materials may not be recycled in specific locations due to limited collection and processing infrastructure.
Johnson & JohnsonView Profile
2020 Goals: Increase the recyclability of our Consumer product packaging to 90+ percent (on a weight basis) via design and partnerships in five key markets where mature recycling infrastructure exists (U.S., UK, France, Germany, Canada).
Kellogg Company, TheView Profile
Kellogg Company announced [October 25th, 2018] that it is expanding its Global Sustainability Commitments to include a goal of working towards 100 percent reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by the end of 2025.
Global packaging 2020 goals: 20% improvement in global recyclability
PVH Corp.View Profile
We are taking steps to reduce the amount of packaging on our products and use more recyclable materials.
2025 GOAL: Strive to design 100% of our packaging to be recyclable, compostable or biodegradable, increase recycled materials in our plastic packaging, reduce packaging’s carbon impact, and in partnership with the PepsiCo Foundation, work to increase recycling rates
By 2025, 100 percent of our plastic packaging will also be recyclable or reusable, with best-in-class labeling to help consumers recycle effectively.
Riley's OrganicsView Profile
“We are committed to … making the upgrade to recyclable packaging.
We’ll champion the cause by advancing the idea that all packaging will be recyclable one day
Trader Joe'sView Profile
This sustainability framework is based on the following principles:
1. Reducing and removing packaging
2. Sourcing renewable and recycled packaging materials
3. Choosing packaging that can be realistically recycled
4. Avoiding the use of harmful substances in packaging
5. Providing information to customers that increases understanding of how best to recycle or dispose of packaging
Tyson Foods, Inc.View Profile
Without compromising quality or product protection, our packaging design process prioritizes increasing the use of recyclable and renewable materials, as well as minimizing packaging where possible.
In early 2019, Wendy’s committed to a multi-year partnership with the NextGen Consortium to address single-use food packaging waste. Currently, the Consortium is focused on identifying new and existing cup solutions designed to optimize the hot and cold fiber cup used by many foodservice operations, including Wendy’s.