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Boost the Sustainability of Your Manufacturing Operations

By Sasha Ilyukhin
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As businesses invest in improvements to the sustainability profile of their products, they’re looking at all aspects of the value chain — from material sourcing to packaging and end-of-life. While each of these areas is important, brands can sometimes overlook a key opportunity within their manufacturing operations to reduce climate impact. And the conclusions from the recent COP26 meetings have made it even more clear that brands have a key role to play in innovations that usher in climate solutions.

New Behavior Science Research Reveals Getting Consumers To Commit To Recycling Isn't Necessarily Enough

Micro-behaviors take place before recycling becomes habitual with implications on education efforts
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To better understand how to improve recycling, in particular how to get more consumers to recycle their food and beverage cartons, the Carton Council of North America recently commissioned a behavioral science study which identified factors that play into recycling decisions.

The Most Successful, Sustainable Organizations Will Be Driven by Feminine Leadership

An insightful panel discussion on women in leadership unearthed several critical traits for the type of leadership we need in a healthy, sustainable, equitable future — and signs that they’re beginning to transcend gender.
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On a sunny Tuesday afternoon at SB’21 San Diego, a standing-room-only lunch session packed with women from all corners of business delved into the evolving nature of sustainable leadership — a collaborative, more empathetic style of leadership that is emerging to meet the moment.

Seth Teply Named President and CEO of Tetra Pak US and Canada

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DENTON, Texas, November 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Tetra Pak today announced that Seth Teply has been named president and CEO of Tetra Pak U.S. and Canada. Teply is a 20-year veteran of the company with deep expertise in food production. Most recently, he held the position of vice president of Services, U.S. and Canada.

“I am thrilled to lead our U.S. and Canada business as we continue to drive innovative solutions in food processing and packaging and deliver transformative change on our journey to create the world’s most sustainable food package,” said Teply.

Tetra Pak Index: Consumers 'Rewire' Priorities and Take Action on Environment, Waste and Health

Tetra Pak’s 2021 Index explores how consumer motivation and behaviour is changing worldwide and how some of the trends will remain relevant in the post-pandemic world.
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, October 29, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak unveils how Covid-19 has made consumers rethink the way they live, and fundamentally shift how they act in the latest Tetra Pak Index report. The pandemic has reinforced the value consumers place on human connections, taking into account both time spent with family at home, and with extended circles outside it. Shared food and beverage experiences play a key role in these relations.

Consumers 'Rewire' Priorities and Take Action on Environment, Waste and Health

Tetra Pak’s 2021 Index explores how consumer motivation and behaviour is changing worldwide and how some of the trends will remain relevant in the post-pandemic world.
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Tetra Pak unveils how Covid-19 has made consumers rethink the way they live, and fundamentally shift how they act in the latest Tetra Pak Index report. The pandemic has reinforced the value consumers place on human connections, taking into account both time spent with family at home, and with extended circles outside it. Shared food and beverage experiences play a key role in these relations.

Tetra Pak Expands Production of Plant-Based Coatings for Aseptic Cartons to North America

Advancement signals another milestone toward creating the world’s most sustainable food package
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DENTON, Texas, October 13, 2021 /3BL Media/ – As demand for sustainable packaging continues to grow, Tetra Pak has expanded production of aseptic cartons made with sugarcane-based polyethylene (PE) coatings to their Denton, Texas converting plant. The cartons incorporating plant-based PE will come with a plant-based cap, also derived from sugarcane.

The plant-based PE coating offers the same recyclability, functionality and food protection as traditional polymers but made from renewable materials with a lower climate impact.

How To Keep More Recyclables Out of Landfills

By Jeffrey Fielkow
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Most avenues for improving recycling in the U.S. run through approximately 300 little-known material recovery facilities, or MRFs, that manage our “recyclables” after they are collected curbside.

MRFs serve a vital function of receiving, separating and then preparing recyclable materials for sale to end-user manufacturers. They are a gatekeeper determining how much of the collected material ends up in landfills and how much moves onto recyclers.

But their operations could be improved in several key ways with the help of local and national policymakers.

How Tetra Pak® Cartons Are Recycled

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Yes! Tetra Pak® cartons are recyclable! Learn more about the carton recycling process and the different paths a carton can take once placed in your recycling bin. To learn more about carton recycling in your community, please visit recyclecartons.com.

Tetra Pak Releases Its 22nd Annual Sustainability Report

From exceeding its climate goals to being recognised as a leader by CDP for the fifth year running for environmental transparency and action, the report reflects on the company’s 2020 achievements and commitments moving forwards
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Tetra Pak has released its annual Sustainability Report, outlining the progress made on various aspects of sustainability throughout its business operations in 2020, shedding light on its future commitments and ambitions.

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