Greenhouse Gas

Elopak first packaging company to join RE100 campaign

Elopak first packaging company to join RE100 campaign

By Jenny Eagle

Elopak is the first major packaging company and the first Norwegian company to join the RE100 campaign, in partnership with The Climate Group, to engage, support and showcase influential companies committed to using 100% renewable power.  

Packaging producer Ball has been name the third most sustainable company in the US, according to Newsweek's Green Rankings.

Ball, Coke, and General Mills rank on ‘green’ list

By Jenni Spinner

Newsweek’s list of the US’s most sustainable companies names packaging firms like Ball, beverage producers like Coca-Cola, and food manufacturers such as General Mills rank among the green giants.

AB InBev's will optimize its plants to cut energy and water usage

World's biggest brewer AB InBev unwraps 100,000 ton packaging pledge

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Anheuser-Busch InBev's (AB InBev) new environmental commitments include an ambitious pledge to reduce use of packaging materials by 100,000 tons annually by 2017, but the bulk of its new commitments will not result in overall reductions for energy...

Tetra Pak's renewably sourced cap

Nestlé and Tetra Pak roll out renewable cap

By Helen Glaberson

Food giant Nestlé has teamed up with Tetra Pak to launch a cap made from 100 per cent renewably sourced materials for two of its Brazilian milk brands.

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