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Tetra Pak Aligns Its Environmental Goals with Paris Climate Agreement

By Tom Idle
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Former UK Education Secretary Michael Gove’s assertion that “people have had enough of experts” came to symbolise last summer’s Brexit referendum debates. But when it comes to the business response to global warming, it is the experts – in this case, the climate scientists – that are starting to set the agenda.

10 Years of FSC™ Certification

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This year marks our 10-year anniversary of FSC™ (Forest Stewardship Council™) certification, and we are proud to take the opportunity to share some of the impressive results we have had to date.

Making Packaging Do More for the Environment: Trends to Watch for in Food and Beverage Packaging

By Elisabeth Comere
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The food and beverage industry is evolving rapidly, as are available packaging options. Innovation and adaptation have become a top priority as companies strive to provide greater product value and meet consumers’ evolving demands for packaging that is convenient to use, fit for purpose, and environmentally friendly. Some of the expected packaging trends and innovation we can expect to see in 2017 are described below.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Tetra Pak Uses More than one Third Renewable Electricity​

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May 16, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak announced that it now uses renewable electricity for more than a third of its total annual consumption worldwide. This is up from 22% in 2015.

Key to this achievement was the purchase earlier this year of International Renewable Energy Certificates (I-RECs) for all its production facilities in China.

Emerging Trends in Food Safety

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Food safety is, for good reason, the number one concern for food and beverage manufacturers, and therefore Tetra Pak’s number one priority. The Global Food Safety Conference is an important annual event for Tetra Pak, bringing together leaders in the industry, academia and regulation to discuss topics on securing safer food production worldwide.

Tetra Pak Announces Science Based Targets for Climate Impact Reduction

First in food packaging industry to receive SBT approval
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, 2 February 2017 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak today pledged that by 2030, the greenhouse gas emissions from its own operations will be at least 40% lower than in 2015.

Working with the Science Based Targets initiative, the company also set a goal that by 2040, emissions will be down 58% compared with a year ago.

In doing so, Tetra Pak becomes the first company in the food packaging industry to have its climate impact reduction targets approved by the Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative.

Tetra Pak Highlights Latest Collaborative Effort to Impact Recycling and Recovery

New report focuses on recycling system gap analysis in the Memphis, TN region
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Tetra Pak is committed to supporting local partnerships and projects to help increase recycling rates. This report provides an overview of a recent collaborative effort called CART - the Coalition to Advance Recovery in Tennessee. It also shares the results of a recycling system gap analysis performed in one key region of the state - the Memphis Area.

CAREton – A Lasting Partnership

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Through its CAREton Project, Tetra Pak Malaysia is working to promote products made from recycled materials – and help build better lives for local people.

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Through its CAREton Project, Tetra Pak Malaysia is working to promote products made from recycled materials – and help build better lives for local people.

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