Action by UNESDA members to support circularity

UNESDA members

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Ensuring that its packaging can be collected for recycling is critical to Coca-Cola European Partners’ (CCEP) business.

In 2019, Coca‑Cola HBC was again named Europe’s most sustainable beverage company by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.

86% of Danone’s total packaging – and 77% of its plastic packaging – is reusable, recyclable or compostable.

Nestlé Waters applies ‘recyclable by design’ principles and carries out lifecycle assessments to minimise the environmental footprint of all its beverage bottles.

PepsiCo’s vision is to build a world where plastics need never become waste.  To realise this the company must reduce, recycle & reinvent its plastic packaging.

Red Bull cans are infinitely recyclable.

Packaging is a central theme within Refresco’s wider sustainability approach. Its motto is Reduce & Recycle.

Suntory Beverage Food Europe has unveiled a path to reach 100% sustainable plastic bottles, within a decade.

In 2019 the first ever Coke sample bottle made using recovered and recycled marine litter was introduced. A food and drink packaging first.

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