All4Labels Global Packaging Group has released its first global sustainability report to communicate the results of the global operations and sustainable initiatives.
The report publishes the metrics of the sustainability programs and activities conducted in 2021 across 24 plants, located on three continents and 11 countries.
This includes the roll out of All4Labels ‘3Ps’ strategy to contribute to the sustainable development of the industry by promoting People Wellbeing, Planet Protection and Sustainable Products Development.
In 2021 the implementation of a dedicated health and safety management System led to a reduction of the total recordable incident rate, while reducing the environmental footprint by developing new technologies and producing sustainable products and services for the entire value chain of the industry.
The group will continue investing in R&D, innovation and technology to develop and deploy technologies that are globally needed to promote a circular economy with dedicated packaging recycling processes in line with the regulatory framework, and by proactively contributing to important industry activities like HolyGrail 2.0, CELAB, Petcore and RecyCIass.
“When we speak about sustainability, I like to look at metrics and concrete progresses, and our first sustainability report identifies a significant reduction of greenhouse gas emissions versus 2020,” said Gabriela Neves Ferri, Vice President of Global R&D and Sustainability at All4Labels. “By promoting and investing in green energy we were able to decarbonize our global operations by 22,199.42 t C02e, while we are also introducing more and more equipment manufactured C02 neutral.”