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PepsiCo Reports Waste Diversion and Packaging Progress

PepsiCo Reports Waste Diversion and Packaging Progress

PepsiCo’s 2017 sustainability report published today shows that the American multinational corporation reduced the overall amount of waste sent to landfill over the previous year, and also made progress toward their 2025 packaging design goal. Here is an in-depth look at those initiatives.

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Nestlé Pledges Zero Waste to Landfill, Expands Recycled Content

Nestlé has committed to achieve zero waste to landfill status in all US factories by 2020 and pledged to expand its use of recycled content to by the end of 2016. Both waste management commitments coincide with the release of Nestlé’s second corporate sustainability report, published this week. Nestlé’s Creating … Read more »

Sensor-Based Sorting Revolutionizes Plastics Recycling

Advances in recycling technology have made it easier to recycle previously difficult to treat plastics so they can be used to produce recycled products or fuel waste-to-energy facilities. With the right legislation and equipment in place, automated sorting technology has made it possible to achieve purity levels as high as … Read more »

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Reborn Recycling Facility Increases Output 60%

A bottle recycling facility that closed two years ago is now up and running at capacity, 24-7, and has increased its output by over 60 percent since March 2013. PQ Recycling (PQR), a branch of North Carolina-based PolyQuest, North America’s largest distributor of PET resins and manufacturer of recycled PET … Read more »

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Nestlé Launches Recycled Plastic Water Bottle

One of Nestlé’s bottled water brands, resource Natural Spring Water, has launched new bottles made with 100 percent recycled plastic (rPET), excluding the cap and the label. The company says it hopes the recycled plastic bottle will focus attention on the uses of rPET and reinforce the importance of bottle-to-bottle … Read more »

Burton Launches Clothing Made From Mountain Dew Bottles

Burton Launches Clothing Made From Mountain Dew Bottles

Burton Snowboards and Mountain Dew – a PepsiCo brand – have launched their 2013 Green Mountain Project, a line of winter sport outerwear featuring sustainable fabric made from recycled plastic bottles. The collection marks the next phase of the Burton x Mountain Dew partnership, which was launched last year and … Read more »

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