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Coca-Cola Extends Commitment To Reducing Carbon Emissions From Packaging

June 17, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
With packaging accounting for about half of its corporate carbon emissions, Coca-Cola Enterprises says it is committing to a major reduction in materials across all of its packaging formats. It also says it will support the “circular economy” that uses recycled and renewable materials and recycles more packaging. Specifically, CCE will use 25 percent less aluminum, glass and steel; ensure that 40 percent of the petroleum-based plastic it uses is recycled or made from renewable materials; and ensure that all of its cans and bottles are fully recyclable.
Jenny Eagle, "CCE will have all cardboard and corrugated packaging FSC certified by the end of 2015", BeverageDaily.com, June 17, 2015, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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