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Seventh Generation Surpasses Sustainability Goals For 2013

August 5, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Seventh Generation achieved Forest Stewardship Council sustainability certification for 62 percent of its wood pulp consumption in 2013, according to the company’s 2013 Corporate Consciousness Report. Details from the report also revealed all products eligible for the USDA’s Certified Bio-Based Product labeling gained the program’s seal and the company reduced its use of virgin plastic by 25 percent. Also, Seventh Generation said it reduced its greenhouse gas emissions per metric ton of product by 11 percent. In 2013, the company’s community volunteering program, which urges employees to spend work time on local causes, recorded a 100 percent participation rate, with total hours donated exceeding the year’s target by 40 percent.
"Seventh Generation Advances Key Sustainability Goals", Marketwire, August 05, 2014, © Marketwire L.P
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