Smurfit Kappa has today announced new targets to further reduce its fossil CO2 emissions, including its ambition to reach at least net zero emissions by 2050. It has also increased its existing intermediate 2030 CO2 reduction target by 15
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SC Johnson, one of the world's leading manufacturers of household cleaning and other consumer and professional products, is making significant progress toward its 2025 targets to tackle plastic pollution. The company’s work to create a more sustainable world is highlighted
illycaffè partners with TerraCycle to facilitate recycling of plastic and aluminum Iperespresso coffee capsules
illycaffè has partnered with TerraCycle, a global leader in recycling ‘hard-to-recycle’ waste - to facilitate the collection and recycling of its plastic and aluminum Iperespresso coffee capsules. The scheme has initially launched in the UK, France, Spain, Austria, The Netherlands
Mars, with SABIC and Huhtamaki, introduces recycled content into pet food packaging to support circular economy
Mars, Incorporated has announced it will incorporate recycled polypropylene plastic into the primary packaging for some of its popular pet food brands. For Mars, this marks an important step in its efforts to reduce virgin plastics use across its packaging
Nomadic Dairy has launched a new packaging format for its Yogurt & Oat Clusters brand, combining a thermoformed polypropylene (PP) cup with Greiner Packaging’s K3 cardboard-plastic pot. Nomadic Dairy head of marketing & innovation, Tom Price, explains how this packaging
Shoppers at Central England Co-op’s stores can choose to reduce their impact on the environment this Christmas when they buy from a new range of Christmas toys and gift wrapping.
Bacardi, the world’s largest family-owned spirits company, is cutting cardboard waste this Christmas, by introducing a smart new design for its online gift packs which uses 25% less packaging. Available exclusively from Amazon, the new premium gifting from GREY GOOSE®
Banrock Station commits to planting 100,000 native trees and shrubs every year with Landcare Australia
Banrock Station, the Australian eco-friendly wine brand from Accolade Wines, has partnered with Landcare Australia to plant 100,000 native trees and shrubs each year, starting from January 2021.
Bacardi, the world’s largest family-owned spirits company, has made a giant leap forward in the fight against climate change and plastic pollution today, as it unveils plans to put the world’s most sustainable spirits bottle on shelf by 2023.
Kantar’s new Sustainable Transformation Practice identifies strategies for brands and consumers to trigger a sustainable recovery
Kantar, the world’s leading data, insights and consulting company today launches a new Sustainable Transformation Practice aimed at supporting brands develop Sustainability- and Purpose-driven business strategies and helping them lead their consumers on a sustainable consumption journey. The new practice
Vegware, the global specialist in plant-based compostable foodservice disposables, has reported a 43% in sales to £45.9 million for the year to 31 January 2020.
Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses has developed recyclable polyethylene (PE) packaging for its hard, soft and blue cheeses, making it the first cheesemaker in the industry to have a fully recyclable British cheeseboard.
Through a partnership with ClimateParter, Minor Figures, the 100% plant-based brand that makes coffee, oat m*lk and tea amongst other things, is now carbon neutral. The brand has its sights set on radically reducing emissions over the next 10 years,
Amazon’s launches first custom-designed and built electric delivery vehicle in partnership with Rivian
Just a year since announcing The Climate Pledge, Amazon has revealed its first custom electric delivery vehicle, designed and built in partnership with Rivian.
A new strategy to get to a net zero carbon footprint by 2050 is being revealed today by the regional co-operative, Southern Co-op.
Aldi, Britain’s fifth largest supermarket, is to save more than 100 tonnes of plastic a year by scrapping single-use bags for loose fruit and veg across all stores.
Amcor, a global leader in packaging, in collaboration with Nestlé, today launched the world’s first recyclable flexible retort pouch. The new high barrier pouch, using Amcor’s AmLite HeatFlex Recyclable solution, will first appear in stores in the Netherlands in October
Electrical safety expert Bureau Veritas has unveiled a new testing and inspection service for electric vehicle (EV) charging points as latest figures show almost 10,000 new connections have been installed across the UK in the past year alone.
Cranswick eclipses international food waste reduction target, achieving 61% reduction more than a decade earlier than planned
Cranswick plc. has surpassed the Champions 12.3 Target set in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which seeks to halve food waste and loss by 2030; instead achieving a 61% reduction in edible food waste across the business in under
SAP SE and Topolytics have announced the launch of the COP26 Waste Insights Project, which will unify and analyse data from consumer goods, retailers, waste managers, investors, NGOs and local government.
This Recycle Week, the UK’s number one baby food brand, Ella’s Kitchen, announces its collaboration with Danone Yogurt and TerraCycle to launch the Kids Food Pouch Recycling Programme – calling on other food brands who use flexible pouches across the
The annual progress report for the UK’s Food Waste Reduction Roadmap, published today by WRAP and IGD, shows growing adoption of the Target-Measure-Act approach to food waste prevention with more than 70 new organisations committing to the Roadmap in the
Fairtrade has refreshed its brand identity with the goal of capturing the hearts of mainstream Britain by conveying the incredible breadth and scale of impact its movement empowers across the world.
Currys PC World, the UK’s number one tech recycler, is on a mission to become the UK’s greenest and most responsible tech retailer, and helping customers get hold of greener tech.
Iceland is today calling on the retail and wider business sector to become more transparent in their reporting of plastic packaging, as the supermarket continues to lead the way in the fight against plastic pollution.