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Pregis Announces 2K30 Sustainability Goals
DEERFIELD, Ill. (News release) -- Pregis, a leading manufacturer of protective packaging, announces its global Pregis 2K30 mission--a bold plan to harness the company's passion for sustainability into concrete action.
  • Reduce its greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 25%
  • Eliminate 1 million customer reshipments
  • Save 15 million new trees from harvest
  • Make 100% of Pregis products recyclable, reusable, or with a minimum 30% reduced reliance on new fossil-based ingredients
  • Achieve 100% product and process waste reduction at Pregis facilities globally
  • Invest $15 million in circular, scalable, and sustainable material, process and waste solutions globally
  • Make a positive impact on 25 million lives

"Our mission at Pregis is to run our business in the most sustainable manner possible. Our ambitions for 2030, is to harness the power of individual contributions as well as collective collaborations between our employees, customers, supply chain partners and the communities in which we live and serve. In working toward these goals, we'll continue to improve our footprint and reduce environmental burdens while making significant, positive contributions to people and society. Obviously, our ambitions don't end in 2030 but will be continue and accelerate beyond, to help move our business, employees, customers and stakeholders toward a net carbon neutral future," Clint Smith, senior director, global sustainability.

Pregis has also created the Pregis Purpose Awards to recognize and honor its channel partners who have exhibited the same dedication in making the world a better place through sustainability initiatives and practices, corporate stewardship and community improvement.

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