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Krones' commitment: Sustainable packaging solutions for a circular economy

Country: 
EU

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Commitment Targets
rPET Compatibility
To be achieved by: 
December 2025

By 2025, all new PET bottling lines will be suitable for processing up to 100% high-quality rPET without compromising output quality, efficiency or effectiveness.

Plastic-free secondary packaging
To be achieved by: 
December 2022

By 2022, alternative secondary packaging solutions free of disposable plastics will be available for every established SKU format multipack.

Advisory for recycling-friendly packaging design
Start Date: 
October 2020

Krones will leverage its technological expertise to help customers design packaging that specifically facilitates post-consumer recycling.

Upgrading from linear to circular economy
Start Date: 
October 2020

Krones will assist its customers to adapt existing lines in order to achieve the best possible outcomes when using recycled or renewable input materials.

Tethered caps
Start Date: 
October 2020

With immediate effect, Krones will make available capping equipment for tethered caps.

Sustainable labelling
Start Date: 
October 2020

Krones makes it possible to use detachable labels to enhance recyclability. It aims to make labels jointly recyclable with containers or to eliminate separate labelling.

Investing in recycling solutions
Start Date: 
October 2020

Krones will continue to allocate substantial R&D resources to its recycling technology division in order to facilitate physical recycling of post-consumer plastics.

Beyond PET packaging
Start Date: 
October 2020

Krones will actively explore disruptive new technologies delivering beverages to consumers without conventional PET packaging (e.g. pulp bottles, no-packaging solutions).

LIPOR is committed to transition from waste to resource management

Commitment Targets
Start Date: 
December 2018

LIPOR's Environmental Education and Intervention Program aims to create an educational offer that encourages citizens to implement good environmental practices and facilitates the acquisition of skills that support civic intervention and a sustainable development.

LIPOR intends to reach 90 000 people with its awareness campaign within its catchment area. This involves delivering about 10 direct environmental awareness actions to the community its environmental education technicians daily.

Start Date: 
December 2018

LIPOR’s annual prevention programme includes several projects and initiatives implemented across all  eight municipalities aiming to prevent and reduce food waste.

With the “Embrulha" (Pack It) project LIPOR wants to engage 50 restaurants in Porto Municipality and 10 restaurants in other LIPOR municipalities to recover 6 tonnes of food waste.

The "Dose Certa" (Right Portion) project aims to certify 46 food establishments in total.

Start Date: 
December 2020

The Strategic Plan for Urban Waste 2020 (PERSU 2020) is the reference instrument of the urban waste policy in Portugal.

LIPOR has defined a target of 50 kg per inhabitant a year in 2020 for selective collection as a goal. Several projects that aim to increase multi-material and organic recovery figures are defined in LIPOR's strategic plan.

For landfills, the target is a maximum value of landfill of biodegradable waste deposition of 10%. 

Start Date: 
December 2018

One public tender for catering services with fully sustainable and circular criteria.

Starbucks to phase out plastic straws from all its stores worldwide by 2020

Starbucks to phase out plastic straws worldwide by 2020
Country: 
EU, Other (Worldwide)
Commitment Targets
To be achieved by: 
December 2020

Starbucks target is to phase out plastic straws from its more than 28,000 stores worldwide by 2020, a decision that will eliminate more than 1 billion straws a year.

H&M Group's vision is to become 100% circular

Commitment Targets
To be achieved by: 
December 2030

100% recycled and other sustainable sourced materials by 2030.

Cotton content
To be achieved by: 
December 2020

100% recycled, certified organic or sustainable sourced cotton by 2020.

Waste collection
To be achieved by: 
January 2020

To increase the collected volume of garments to reach 25,000 tonnes annually; achieved in 2019 with 29,005 tonnes of garments collected for recycling and reuse.

Packaging
Start Date: 
January 2025

100% reusable, recyclable, or compostable plastic packaging
Reduce plastic packaging by 25%
25% post recycled plastic across all packaging used

Packaging
Start Date: 
January 2030

100% recycled or other sustainably sourced material

New Plastics Economy
Start Date: 
January 2025

100% reusable, recyclable, or compostable plastic packaging
Reduce plastic packaging by 25%
25% post recycled plastic across all packaging used

Green Deal Circular Procurement

Country: 
Belgium

Relevant sectors:

Circular Procurement
Commitment Targets
Circular Procurement (public + private)
To be achieved by: 
June 2019

Buyers have committed themselves to successfully completing two circular purchasing projects between June 2017 and June 2019. In practice they will choose 1 or more goals that will guide them towards circular products & services.

These goals are:

- Reduce total amount of materials
- Reduce non-renewable virgin input
- Extend the use/lifetime of products
-Optimize the potential Reuse of products&components
-Optimize the potential Recycling of products& materials