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Manufacturing / Operational Waste

Goal: Achieve zero landfill status at more than 30% of manufacturing sites by 2025

ACTEGA North America Technologies

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Minimize environmental pollution and waste.

Advanced Barrier Extrusions

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Advanced Barrier Extrusions is focused on good manufacturing practices in order to minimize waste and energy.

Ahlstrom-Munksjö NA Specialty Solutions LLC

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An annual 2% reduction in tons of waste to landfill from 2018 onward.

Ahold Delhaize USA

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Within our own operations, we will reduce food waste by 50% by 2030

 

Albertsons Companies

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We’re committed to operating zero waste manufacturing facilities, which means that 90% of waste is diverted from landfills.

Recycle operational (non-consumer facing) plastics for use in new retail, industrial and/or consumer items

ALDI, Inc.

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At ALDI, we commit to using our resources responsibly. We continue to explore different ways to reduce the amount of waste generated and actively work to divert material from the landfill.

Amcor

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Waste-to-Disposal 10% reduction target in tonnes from FY17 to FY19. Our long term goal is zero waste-to-disposal.

Apple

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We’re reducing the amount of water we use and waste we produce to make our products.

AR Packaging Systems AB

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2020: Reduce hazardous and non-hazardous waste generation by 5%.

Archer Daniels Midland

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At least 90% of waste generated will be beneficially reused, recycled, or otherwise diverted from landfill by 2035.

We’re working to help divert waste from landfills with a goal of achieving zero waste at 100 AT&T facilities – including our corporate headquarters – by the end of 2020

Avery Dennison

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2025: Our operations will be 95% landfill-free, with 75% of our waste repurposed.

Barilla America

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By 2020, achieve the target of zero waste to landfill at our plants.

Bayer

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We are endeavoring to achieve carbon-neutral production by 2030.

We want to minimize material consumption and disposal volumes through systematic waste management.

 

Beech-Nut Nutrition Corp.

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We pledge to make our supply chain as sustainable as possible, which means continually innovating to reduce our energy and water usage and to minimize waste.

Beiersdorf AG

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30% waste reduction in our production facilities by 2025 (vs. base year 2018)

Berry Global

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Reduce landfill waste 5% per year by 2025.

Best Buy Co., Inc.

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We are seeking to achieve an 85 percent diversion rate for all U.S. operations by the end of FY20.

Brandart

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Promote and encourage solutions for the reduction of corporate waste and the increase in the reuse or recovery of waste materials. Choice and management of chemical substances to minimize their use and the risk of dispersion.

Campbell Soup Company

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Reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills by 25% on an absolute basis by FY2025, as compared to FY2017. Cut food waste in half by FY2030, as compared to FY2017.

Cascades

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Goal: Increase the beneficial use of residuals by 5% from 2015 to 2020 making the total amount of reusable materials 80%

Chobani

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By the end of 2022, Chobani is committing to transitioning our plants to be zero waste to landfill facilities.

Church & Dwight Co., Inc.

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Achieve global operations solid waste recycling rate of 75% by the end of 2020.

Cisco Systems Inc.

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70 percent of Cisco component and manufacturing suppliers by spend will achieve a zero waste diversion rate at one or more sites by FY25.

Clearwater Paper Corporation

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We are committed to minimizing waste going to landfill from our manufacturing processes and packaging.

Clif Bar & Co.

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Our goal is to divert 90% or more of our waste from landfills and incinerators at our bakeries, distribution centers, and headquarters.

Clorox Company, The

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100% global facilities zero-waste-to-landfill by 2030 (plants by 2025).

Clysar, LLC

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Clysar sustainability focus: Employ diligent processes and procedures to ensure operational waste is reused within the production process.

Colgate-Palmolive Company

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100% Zero Waste Facilities by 2025

Consolidated Packaging Group

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During the manufacturing of our products, we strive for maximum conservation of raw materials and minimization of related waste, production processes, and energy consumption.

Costco Wholesale

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Costco’s current goal is to divert 80% of waste generated within our global operations.

Danone North America

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In 2016, we set a goal of zero plastics to landfill for our industrial waste by 2020 in countries with developed collection systems, and by 2025 globally.

delfort USA, Inc.

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Increase the efficient use of natural resources during the production process, such as energy, heat, water, raw materials, and decrease waste.

2020 Goal: Ensure 90% of waste generated in Dell-operated buildings is diverted from landfills.

Diageo

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We have set a target of eliminating waste to landfill from our operations by 2020 by finding new and better ways to reduce, reuse and recycle.

Disney Consumer Products

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By 2020, we aim to divert 60% of waste from landfills and incineration.

Domtar

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Reduce total waste to landfill from pulp and paper mills 40 percent by the end of 2020 from 2013 levels.

Drinkworks

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By 2025, 100% of our creation facilities will send zero waste to landfill.

DS Smith North America Packaging & Paper

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Send zero waste to landfill by 2030.

Eastman

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Reduce hazardous waste (indexed to production) by 15% by 2020 against the 2010 baseline.

EasyPak

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Work towards zero waste at all of our facilties.

Eco-Products

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Every year, reach and maintain waste diversion of 90% or greater at headquarters.

Edgewell Personal Care

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Reduce waste by 10% and pursue zero waste to landfill across production facilities [by 2030].

Estée Lauder Companies, The

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By 2020, we will achieve zero industrial waste-to-landfill for all global manufacturing and distribution sites. We expanded this goal in fiscal 2017 to include all global distribution and innovation sites.

ExxonMobil Chemical Co.

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ExxonMobil recognizes the public’s concern regarding plastic waste and prioritizes eliminating unnecessary waste from our operations

First Quality Tissue

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We strive in our goal of 0% waste to landfill at all of our facilities.

General Mills, Inc.

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Achieve zero waste to landfill at 30 percent of our owned production facilities by 2020 and 100 percent by 2025

Good Foods LLC

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Good Foods is committed to becoming a zero-waste landfill facility.

Greiner Packaging Corporation

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We have made it our goal to not send any waste to landfill, by 2025 in Europe, and by 2030 worldwide.

Grove Collaborative

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We aim to send zero waste to landfills by 2025.

Hallmark Cards, Inc.

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2020 Goal of 95% reduction in waste and special handling materials to landfills

Hasbro

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By 2025, reduce waste to landfill by 59%.

Home Depot

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The Home Depot is committed to properly managing waste and hazardous waste. We partner with vendors to constantly improve how we reduce, reuse and recycle waste.

IKEA works actively to reduce waste in manufacturing. Where possible, waste from one manufacturing process should be used in the production of other items. IKEA recycles large quantities of material, such as cardboard, paper, plastic, wood, metal and glass.

Innovia Films

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Improving our systems to ensure that zero waste is going to landfill. Any waste currently being diverted for energy recovery is minimised and that all recyclable waste remains within the circular economy.

Intel Corporation

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Achieve zero total waste to landfill and implement circular economy strategies for 60% of our manufacturing waste streams in partnership with our suppliers [by 2030].

International Paper

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Reduce manufacturing waste to landfills by 30% [by 2020] and ultimately to zero.

J. M. Smucker Company, The

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Divert 95 percent of waste from landfills to alternative uses [by 2020].

Johnson & Johnson

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We have been systematically reducing the amount of raw material we use and finding alternatives to landfill disposal for our waste streams, with goals in place since 2005 to reduce the amount of waste we dispose. These efforts continue, and go one step further as we work to increase waste diversion rates from our manufacturing processes.

Kaneka Americas Holding, Inc. – Biopolymers Division

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We reduce waste associated with manufacturing and its processes.

Kao USA, Inc.

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Zero waste not for recycling from factories and offices by 2030

Kellogg Company, The

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By 2020, reduce total waste in our plants by 15%, with a focus on food waste, per metric tonne of food produced, from a 2015 baseline.

Keurig Dr Pepper

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Send zero waste to landfill across our operations by 2025.

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

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By 2022, 100% of our manufacturing waste will be diverted from landfill to beneficial uses.

Kraft Heinz Company

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We commit to decrease waste by 20% across all Kraft Heinz manufacturing facilities by 2025.

Kroger Co., The

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Kroger aims to ultimately meet and exceed the Zero Waste threshold of 90% diversion from landfill by 2020

L’Oréal

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By 2030, 100% of the waste generated in our sites will be recycled or reused.

Lamb Weston

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LG Electronics

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Achieve 95% recycle rate of waste from production sites by 2030.

Lowe’s

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By 2020 reduce tons of waste to landfill per net sales by 40% from 2010 baseline.

Mattel

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Reduce absolute waste to landfill 20% by 2023. Increase overall manufacturing waste diversion rate to 75% by 2028. Achieve two zero-waste certified manufacturing facilities and one office building by 2023.

Meijer

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Meijer strives to first minimize waste, and second, divert as much waste as possible away from the landfill to a more productive use, such as conventional recycling, animal feed, or compost.

Merck

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By 2025, no more than 20% of our global operational waste will be sent to landfills and incinerators.

By 2025, at least 50% of sites will send zero waste to landfill.

 

Metsa Board Americas

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Our approach is that all production side streams are utilised by 2030. We optimise the use of all resources and minimise waste generation. All waste fractions are treated accordingly. Management systems support this comprehensive work.

Microsoft

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By 2030, we will divert at least 90 percent of the solid waste headed to landfills and incineration from our campuses and datacenters.

Milliken Chemical

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Our 2025 Planet Goals will reduce our global footprint in order to increase our global impact: ZERO waste to landfill, increase renewable energy use 10X, ZERO environmental violations, and reduce indexed greenhouse gas emissions, water usage, and solid waste by 25%.

Mitsubishi Chemical America

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To contribute to the formation of a recycling society, the Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group aims to reduce landfill waste and achieve zero emission by recycling and reducing waste generation.

Mondelez International

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Our goal is to reduce total waste in manufacturing by 20% by 2020 (vs. 2013).

Mondi Jackson LLC

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[2020 Commitment] Reduce specific waste to landfill by 7.5% compared to a 2015 baseline.

Nestlé USA

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By 2020: Achieve zero waste for disposal in our sites.

Newell Brands

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2025 Goal: Reduce landfill disposal by recycling or reusing 90% of the waste we generate each year.

Next Generation Films, Inc.

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NEXT engineers its films with the end goal of creating the most efficient packaging available by using and producing the least waste with minimal depletion of renewable resources.

Nike Inc.

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Reduce waste index by 10% [by 2020] in footwear manufacturing, in distribution centers (DCs) and headquarters (HQs).

Nordstrom

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Divert 95% of our total waste from landfill [by 2020].

NOVA Chemicals Inc.

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We are committed to reducing the amount of waste that we produce, minimizing what we send to landfill for disposal, and finding new value streams.

Plastic Packaging Technologies

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Our packaging company’s main sustainability goal is “Zero-Landfill”.

Polytainers

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Reduce total waste through a rigorous continuous improvement mindset.

Pratt Industries, Inc.

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Landfill avoidance is a primary goal for Pratt Industries and demonstrates the strong conviction to preserving the environment and the Earth’s resources.

Printpack, Inc.

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Achieve a 20% real reduction in the amount of waste going to landfill.

Improve recycling in all plants from 80% to 85%.

Reduce the intensity factor for hazardous waste generated by production by 10%

Procter & Gamble

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[By 2020] <0.5% of Manufacturing Waste is disposed (to either landfill or incineration without energy recovery) versus a 2010 baseline and our corporate long term vision is to have zero consumer or manufacturing waste go to landfills

PVH Corp.

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All PVH offices, distribution centers and stores will achieve zero waste and eliminate single-use plastics by 2030.

Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB)

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30% reduction in waste from manufacturing and warehouses by 2020

100% zero waste to landfill at all factories

Reynolds Consumer Products

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we continuously work to reduce our consumption of raw materials and energy in producing our products, including reducing or recycling scrap generated during our production processes.

Rodan & Fields

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By 2025, at least 75% of our waste from global distribution sites will be diverted from landfill.

Ronpak, Inc.

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Currently, 95% of our waste is recycled. Annual Goal is to maintain a minimum of 95%.

Sabert Corporation

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For the pulp mills, we targeted a 10% reduction in losses by 2020, whereas for the paper mills, we established a 5% reduction goal by 2020.

SeaCa Plastic Packaging

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Our corporate goal is to continue to reduce the global environmental impact that standard packaging products cause by eliminating tons of waste in landfills […]

Sealed Air Corporation

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Divert 100% of our product waste from landfills [by 2020]

Seaman Paper Company

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Reduce total waste sent to landfills by 25% from 2010 levels [by 2020] with the ultimate goal of zero-waste to landfill

Selig Group

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Selig is engaged in sustainable development through establishing annual targets for injury elimination, recycling improvement, waste and emissions reduction and energy saving that are supported by continuous improvement projects.

Sephora

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Our goal is to divert waste from landfill.

Solvay Specialty Polymers USA, LLC

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The Group will reduce by a third its non-recoverable industrial waste, such as landfill and incineration with-out energy recovery [by 2030].

Sonoco Products Company

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We will minimize the generation of discharges to the environment, including air emissions, wastewater and solid waste.

St. John’s Packaging Ltd

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St. Johns Packaging is also working towards a Zero Waste to landfill goal

Staples

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Reduce the amount of waste we send to landfills by 25% from 2010 to 2020.

Starbucks Coffee Company

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50 percent reduction in waste sent to landfill from stores and manufacturing [by 2030]

Subway Restaurants

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We are diligently working on ways to reduce our waste stream with a goal of having as close to zero landfill waste as possible.

Sun Chemical

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For our processes, we will set improvement targets for energy and water consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and solid waste emissions.

Sustana Group

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Achieve zero waste to landfill in all pulp and paper operations and offices by 2030.

Target a 5% waste stream volume reduction in all pulp and paper operations and offices [by 2030]

Target

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Reduce food waste within our own operations by 50% by 2025

TC Transcontinental

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Aim for zero non-hazardous waste to landfill in our operating business units [by 2021]

Tetra Pak Inc.

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Our strategic goals are to lead with low-carbon solutions for a circular economy, and to enhance sustainability across the value chain, from sourcing to production to the end of life of our products. This includes minimising emissions and waste, protecting biodiversity and ecosystems, maintaining fresh water availability, and promoting recycling and circularity.

The Hershey Company

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We have a current goal to reduce waste by 25 percent (from 2015 levels) by 2025.

Tillamook County Creamery Association

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we strive to send zero waste to landfill

Toppan USA, Inc.

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Reduce final landfill waste disposal by 95% [by fiscal 2020] compared to the fiscal 2008 level

Total Corbion PLA

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0kT by-products to landfill [by 2030] 0kT waste to landfill [by 2030]

TreeHouse Foods

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Increase landfill diversion and get 75% of plants to Zero-Waste-to-Landfill (ZWTL) by end of 2020

Tyson Foods, Inc.

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We are committed to seeking out opportunities to eliminate or minimize food waste in our direct operations and supply chain.

U.S. Postal Service

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Divert 50 percent of solid waste from landfills [annually].

Unilever

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For manufacturing, by 2020, total waste sent for disposal will be at or below 2008 levels despite significantly higher volumes.

United Natural Foods

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UNFI is committed to the responsible management of materials in our operations and uses the U.S. Environmental Proection Agency’s (EPA) Waste Management hierarchy to inform our approach

UPM Raflatac

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No process waste sent to landfills or to incineration without energy recovery by 2030.

Walmart

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Achieve Zero Waste** in our own operations in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Japan by 2025 in accordance with Zero Waste International Alliance guidelines

Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

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We’re actively making a difference in our communities by focusing on reducing waste in landfills

 

WestRock

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Reduce waste and seek ways to maximize recycling opportunities for our products and manufacturing residuals whenever possible

Weyerhaeuser Company

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we’ve set a new baseline of 2015 with the same goal of reducing waste to landfill by 10 percent by 2020.

Winpak Ltd.

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Through source reduction and recycling, WINPAK is striving to achieve zero waste to landfill.

World Centric

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We strive to be a zero-waste office by reducing our consumption and diverting waste to compost and recycling.

The watchwords of sustainability – reduce, reuse, recycle – direct us towards our ultimate goal of a zero waste economy.

Yum! Brands, Inc.

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Divert 50% of back-of-house operational waste, measured by weight, generated in our U.S. restaurants by the end of 2020.

Reduce food loss and waste 50% by 2030 in accordance with U.S. Food Loss and Waste 2030 Champions.

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