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Coca-Cola Releases Corporate Responsibility Review

Coca-Cola has released the online version of its 2006 Corporate Responsibility Review entitled “The mark we make today shapes the future.”

According to an environmental report issued in July, water use efficiency increased three percent while total energy use increased 10 percent.

The new report provides information about the company’s performance in the areas of workplace and human rights, product quality, well-being, water stewardship, energy and climate protection and sustainable packaging around the world.

Coca-Cola Enterprises, which markets, distributes, and produces Coca-Cola products, recently published a corporate responsibility and sustainability report.

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2 thoughts on “Coca-Cola Releases Corporate Responsibility Review

  1. I’ve been scared off of soda for a while now (have you ever read what goes into that stuff?), but I’m encouraged to see Coke trying to improve their environmental record (if not our health). It’s interesting for a major company to put their information out to the public like that, but I applaud them for it, and for taking some responsibility for their carbon footprint.

  2. Coca Cola can never be called an environment friendly company because of the quality of product they are supplying in India, as also the farmers of various states are complaining of lower water table.Wherever their bottling plants have been set up.

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