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Albertsons CompaniesView Profile
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
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.
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 in our plants by 15%, with a focus on food waste, per metric tonne of food produced, from a 2015 baseline.
Kraft Heinz CompanyView Profile
We commit to decrease waste by 20% across all Kraft Heinz manufacturing facilities by 2025.
Milliken ChemicalView Profile
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%.
Tetra Pak Inc.View Profile
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.