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Church & Dwight Co., Inc.View Profile
Ensure all non-pharma product packaging is free from PVC, including timely elimination from newly acquired products.
Removing, reducing and restricting the use of materials that may present human health or environmental toxicity risks.
Plastic should be eliminated or reduced from our packaging wherever it is practical. Plastic should also be reduced in weight where it is not deemed necessary for product protection and containment.
Colgate-Palmolive CompanyView Profile
Colgate strives to use the minimum amount of packaging required to label and protect our products. We recognize the importance of reducing waste at every stage of the product life-cycle, including at the end-of-use of our products and packaging.
Dunkin’ Brands, Inc.View Profile
We proactively work with our suppliers to identify opportunities to increase the sustainability of our packaging. This includes decreasing the amount of packaging in our system, and increasing options that are recyclable, compostable,or biodegradable
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
We identify opportunities to reduce or eliminate packaging.
General Mills, Inc.View Profile
We continually innovate to reduce the environmental impact of packaging through better design – by decreasing materials use, switching to lower impact materials (including renewable) and improving truckload packing efficiencies.
Mars, IncorporatedView Profile
For years, we’ve been focused on light-weighting packaging materials of all types, including plastics. We’ll keep at that while also looking for ways to eliminate unnecessary layers of plastics and other materials in secondary and tertiary packaging.
Design packaging to reduce plastic usage. This includes reducing window sizes in window boxes, decreasing the amount of material used in blisters, reducing inner blisters and eliminating other windows and blisters completely. Specify master cartons in single-wall thickness versus double-wall to reduce material consumption.
By 2025, Unilever will:
- Halve the amount of virgin plastic we use in our packaging and an absolute reduction of more than 100,000 tonnes in plastic use
- Help collect and process more plastic packaging than we sell
- Ensure that 100% of our plastic packaging is designed to be fully reusable, recyclable or compostable
- Increase the use of post-consumer recycled plastic material in our packaging to at least 25%.
We believe sustainability drives innovation, for us and for our customers. Designing products that use renewable fiber, optimize the use of materials, and are recyclable or compostable at the end of their useful lives benefits the environment and is good for our company and customers.