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Albertsons CompaniesView Profile
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.
Danone North AmericaView Profile
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.
General Mills, Inc.View Profile
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.
Kroger Co., TheView Profile
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 IndustriesView Profile
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]
Premium Waters Inc.View Profile
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.
Unilever North America will add clear recycling instructions to packaging for its entire mass-market portfolio by the end of 2021. Unilever has been working with How2Recycle to add clear recycling labels and will now standardize its use on all packaging in North America.
Working in partnership with industry, governments and NGOs, we aim to increase recycling and recovery rates on average by 5% by 2015 and by 15% by 2020 in our top 14 countries.