Waste Reduction

P&G Beats Waste Goal Six Years Early


Procter & Gamble has achieved its waste reduction goal six years early and its pulp certification goal a year early, and has grown to 70 the number of global facilities delivering zero manufacturing waste to landfill, according to its latest sustainability report.

Turning Waste Into Worth

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P&G continues to increase the number of its global Zero Manufacturing Waste to Landfill facilities through innovations and partnership. See the creative ways waste is becoming something truly worthwhile.

To learn more about P&G’s long-term sustainability vision, goals, projects and to view the entire report, visit pg.com/sustainability

About Procter & Gamble

P&G Releases 2014 Sustainability Report, Showcasing Advances In Environmental And Social Commitments

Press Release

CINCINNATI, December 16, 2014 /3BL Media/ – The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) released its 16th annual sustainability report today, detailing projects and goals that are reducing the environmental footprint of the Company and of those who use its products, while improving social conditions for those with the greatest need.

The report underlines the Company’s commitment to create industry-leading value with brands and products that consumers prefer, while at the same time conserving resources, protecting the environment.

Video: General Motors Environment 101

Watch and listen as members of our sustainability team explain the work we've done -- and the work we're doing -- to reduce our environmental impact.

We talk a lot about the environment on this blog. After all, it is a sustainability blog.

But sometimes words just don’t cut it. You, the reader, need a visual; something that stimulates your occipital lobe.

So we created a video that showcases the sustainability team you’ve come to know and love, and we added a few things to punch it up. We think after you watch it you’ll come away with a greater understanding of how we operate at GM.

MWH Global and CBS Ecomedia Partner to Support Stem Education With Nonprofit Kipp Colorado

MWH funding helps equip KIPP Denver Collegiate High School students with important educational tools for a bright future
Press Release

July 9, 2014 /3BL Media/ - MWH, the global wet infrastructure sector leader and provider of strategic consulting, technical engineering, and environmental and construction services, has partnered with CBS EcoMedia to provide KIPP Denver Collegiate High School (KDC) with critical educational tools needed to support scientific literacy and enhance college readiness for KDC students.

Improving Our Footprint, One Mug, One Planet at a Time

Chris Abess, Symantec's Vice President, Sales & Marketing Operations (SMO)​ and Global Green Team Executive Champion

On Earth Day this year, we launched the One Mug, One Planet” campaign to help reduce waste across our operations and encourage all employees to think about the impacts they make both inside and outside the office.

General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - May/June/July 2014



GM Outlines Efforts to Transform Transportation

Facing an automotive industry that is unsustainable in its current form, General Motors is restructuring its global vehicle portfolio, rethinking manufacturing and collaborating with unlikely partners to advance the industry. The company is working to transform transportation and describes its efforts in its latest sustainability report.

2013 Sustainability Report: Transforming Transportation


More than a hundred years ago, pioneers like Ransom Olds and Billy Durant helped develop and mass-produce an invention that would define the century: the automobile.

The automobile revolutionized personal mobility, giving people the freedom to travel across great distances whenever and wherever they chose. Mass production of the automobile helped build the American middle class. Put simply, it transformed 20th century transportation.

Taking the Lid Off America's Trash Cans: Glad® Uncovers Country's Waste Habits with Photojournalist Peter Menzel

Photo Series Debuted With NYC Announcement of Expanded Household Composting
Press Release

May 5, 2014 /3BL Media/ - On average, Americans send about half of their waste to landfill. Focused on spreading awareness about this eye-opening issue, The Glad Products Company sponsored award-winning photojournalist Peter Menzel and writer Faith D'Aluisio's newest photo series, a project called "Waste in Focus," that takes a real life, moment-in-time look at what eight families around the country are recycling, composting and sending to landfill in a recent week.


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