We are proud to announce that Whirlpool EMEA has won the Web Marketing Festival award in the category “Digital Food” for its Moments not to be Wasted, the edutainment program within primary schools in Europe aiming to raise awareness on the social and environmental value of food and the importance of not wasting it.
Whirlpool EMEA announced that it has successfully responded to the EU Commission invitation to come forward with voluntary pledges on reducing plastics waste and boosting the uptake of recycled plastics. The EU initiative is included in the wider Plastics Strategy, adopted by the European Commission in January 2018, aiming at promoting a more circular economy and protecting the environment from plastic pollution whilst fostering growth and innovation.
After achieving its energy and water intensity goals three years early, Whirlpool Corporation has set significant new Greenhouse Gas Emission (GHG) goals. The new science-based targets will exceed the original U.S. commitments to the Paris Climate Accord, pledging to reduce 30 percent GHG in operations and products in use by 2025, using a 2005 baseline. The goals are outlined in the 2017 Sustainability Report, which was released this week.
Whirlpool has widened its consumer presence in the Windy City.
The world’s largest majap maker has added a consumer experience center to the World of Whirlpool, its 60,000-square-foot showcase for the trade in Chicago.
The facility, which features meeting rooms, demo kitchens, interactive laundry showrooms and a connected appliance display, is used for sit-downs with U.S. and international customers, sparing retailers the puddle jump to Whirlpool headquarters in Benton Harbor, Mich.
We’re thrilled to share that Camille Cunningham Pierce, senior director, Global Diversity and Inclusion, has been named to Black Enterprise’s list of Top Executives in Corporate Diversity. According to Black Enterprise, this exclusive roster consists of leading professionals who drive innovation, productivity, and profitability by ensuring diversity permeates all parts of their company, from the workforce and supply chain up to leadership and governance.
BLOOMINGTON - A pair of gifts totaling $2 million will support various initiatives at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. The Michigan-based Whirlpool Foundation has donated $1 million, which is being matched by IU alumni Jeff and Marcia Fettig.