2014 data shows CO2e emissions down by 16%

Tetra Pak signs Paris Pledge for Action at COP21


Tetra Pak has always focussed on finding ways to reduce its own environmental footprint as well as those of its customers. From the sourcing of base materials to the energy efficiency of its processing and packaging lines, the company endeavours to improve its performance and drive a sustainable business. In 2011, the company set a goal to cap carbon emissions. Data validated for 2014 showed CO2e emissions across all parts of the Tetra Pak value chain down 16% from the 2010 baseline, despite a 14% increase in production over the same time period.

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