The Goals Database
ALDI, Inc.View Profile
We strive to minimise the volume of our operational waste which is incinerated or sent to landfill.
Achieve Zero Waste to Landfill for our global data center operations. We increased our global landfill diversion rate for data center operations by 5%—from 86% in 2016 to 91% in 2017.
Reduce total waste per Googler at our Bay Area headquarters by 10% in 2017, compared with a three-year average baseline (2014-2016). We achieved a 4% reduction in landfill waste per Googler at our Bay Area headquarters.
Set regional waste-reduction targets for our offices in 2017. We revised our strategy to focus on the highest-impact waste opportunities within our office portfolio. In 2017, we focused on collecting representative and robust waste audit data from our global offices. This effort is the foundation for understanding waste-performance opportunities based on office purchases, waste generation, and supportive local infrastructure.
Barilla AmericaView Profile
Barilla Group makes continuous efforts to reduce the environmental footprint of its production processes by managing and monitoring the energy resources used at its plants, the greenhouse gases emitted, and their water consumption and waste production.
Barilla sets up projects designed to encourage the reduction of waste production and the recovery of waste material instead of its disposal. Careful management of the production process and methods of processing of raw materials have enabled Barilla to reduce its waste production compared with the previous year, despite an increase in production volumes
Best Buy Co., Inc.View Profile
As part of our commitment to lessening our environmental impacts, we are seeking to achieve an 85 percent diversion rate for all U.S. operations by the end of FY20.
CVS HealthView Profile
Our work to operate sustainably prioritizes reduction of our carbon intensity and energy use, improved efficiency of our transportation fleet, waste reduction and water conservation.
Chobani continues to identify ways to reduce the amount of manufacturing waste we produce and send to landfill.
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.View Profile
Achieve global operations solid waste recycling rate of 75% by 2020.
Clorox Company, TheView Profile
In 2012, we set a goal to achieve a 20 percent reduction in solid waste to landfill by 2020 (per case of product sold) versus 2011 base year at our facilities worldwide.
Also by 2020, we aim to have 10 zero-waste-to-landfill sites (where 90 percent of solid waste is either recycled or composted with the rest of waste sent to a waste-to-energy facility).
Colgate-Palmolive CompanyView Profile
We will halve our manufacturing waste sent to landfill per ton of product compared to 2010, working toward our goal of Zero Waste [by 2020].
Comcast CorporationView Profile
We’re working toward zero emissions, zero waste, and 100% renewable energy.
Throughout 2016, we continued to sharpen our focus in three core areas: lowering the amount of energy used by our products and facilities, reducing greenhouse gas emissions from our nationwide vehicle fleet, and minimizing the amount of waste we send to landfills.
Disney Consumer ProductsView Profile
By 2020, achieve 60% waste diverted from landfills and incineration.
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
Our current goal of zero waste to landfill by 2020 applies to all of our global supply chain and innovation sites, including warehouse operations and more than 30 distribution locations across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific (APAC) and Latin America (LATAM).
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)View Profile
Throughout our operations and supply chain we look for opportunities to minimize waste generation, as well as recycle and reuse where possible.
As part of our Supply Chain Responsibility (SCR) program, we work with suppliers on responsible waste management….We work with our suppliers to accurately track and report performance toward their waste reduction goals and to improve the quality of reporting and engagement.
Honeywell InternationalView Profile
Here are the criteria we use to evaluate new products:
• Reducing the use of natural resources during manufacture and distribution
• Increasing the energy efficiency of the product itself, or because of its use
• Reducing waste production
• Opportunities to reuse and recycle
• Opportunities to use recycled or renewable materials
• Reducing and eliminating classified toxic or hazardous materials
• Packaging more efficiently
By August 2020, reduce waste from our store operations by 10%. By August 2020, 90% of the waste from our own operation will be recycled or energy recovered, of which 80% of the waste from stores and distribution centres and 90% from IKEA Industry Group will be material recycled.
Johnson & JohnsonView Profile
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.
Kellogg Company, TheView Profile
By 2020, reduce total waste by an additional 15% (per metric ton of food produced, from our 2015 performance).
Kimberly-Clark CorporationView Profile
2022 Goal: Extend our zero waste mindset across the value chain and deliver innovation to help keep product and packaging material out of landfills.
Seek to increase our net recycling value in our operations by 10% every year while avoiding landfilling of manufacturing waste.
Identify and deploy solutions that avoid and/or divert 150,000 MT of finished product and packaging from being landfilled after use.
Kroger Co., TheView Profile
Kroger aims to ultimately meet and exceed EPA’s Zero Waste threshold of 90% diversion from landfill in our facilities by 2020.
We are committed to eliminating food waste across our company so that no food is going to landfill by 2025.
Nike Inc.View Profile
Eliminate footwear manufacturing waste to landfill or incineration [by 2020], while continuing to reduce overall waste
Reduce waste index by 10 percent [by 2020], covering footwear manufacturing, distribution centers, and headquarter locations
Increase landfill diversion in distribution centers and headquarter locations
Panera BreadView Profile
As a restaurant chain, we recognize the responsibility we have to reduce waste from our operations—both packaging and food waste that occur in the preparation of our food and in its consumption.
Using this information, we plan to identify ways to reduce the waste we generate, increase recycling and, where economically viable and mandated by law, pursue composting as a means of diverting waste that goes to landfill.
Procter & GambleView Profile
One of P&G’s 2020 goals for Operations is that <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.
[By 2030] Advance at least 10 significant supply chain partnerships to drive circularity on climate, water or waste
Starbucks Coffee CompanyView Profile
We’re developing a new global store verification program to drive innovation, sustainability and efficiencies throughout our store portfolio. The program will include building standards for new and remodeled stores, along with performance standards for all stores in energy and water efficiency, waste reduction and partner engagement. With our goal of 10,000 greener retail stores by 2025, we hope to truly leverage our scale for good and deliver on our ambition to become the world’s largest green retailer.
Divert 90% of operations and food waste from landfill [by 2025].
Divert 70 percent of our retail waste from landfills through reuse or recycle programs by 2020.
As a member of the Consumer Goods Forum, we have committed to reducing food waste within our own retail and manufacturing operations by 50 percent by 2025.
Tyson Foods, Inc.View Profile
We are currently establishing an enterprise-wide system to better understand our waste footprint and plan to set targets beyond year-over-year improvements on waste reduction in FY2019. These new targets will define zero waste for our company and a structure for quarterly reporting and accountability.
We are committed to seeking out opportunities to eliminate or minimize food waste in our direct operations and supply chain.
Walgreens Boots AllianceView Profile
Reduce the waste we create, on a comparable basis, and contribute to the drive for increasingly circular economies through increased re-use and recycling.
Create zero waste across our global operations
Achieve more than 90 percent of waste diversion from landfill and incineration in our own operations in Canada, Japan, the U.K., and the U.S., according with Zero Waste International Alliance guidelines by 2025.
Continue working to divert waste in all markets, moving as fast as infrastructure and best practices allow.
Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.View Profile
Wegmans currently diverts more than half of the waste generated by our stores and facilities from local landfills and we are committed to strategies that get us closer to zero waste. We do this through innovative partnerships in our communities with farmers, composters, haulers and recyclers.