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Saputo makes sustainability pledge for progress by 2025

Committed to reducing air, water and waste impacts, using recyclable, renewable packaging.

February 11, 2020  by Cleantech Canada Staff

MONTREAL — Saputo Inc. has joined other food processors committing to sustainability goals with clear targets.

The Montreal-based dairy processor and manufacturer is committing by 2025 to:

• Reduce CO2 intensity at all operations by 20%, energy by 10% and water by 10%.

• Improve wastewater quality year-over-year.

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• Reduce operational waste by 25%.

• Increase diversion rate 75%.

• Reduce food waste by 50%.

• Reduce material use by 15%.

• Ensure 100% of packaging is reusable, recyclable or compostable and includes at elast 15% of recyclable, renewable content.

Saputo has operations in Canada, the U.S., U.K., Argentia, and Australia. The company is allocating additional resources to support the execution of its global plan, including a three-year investment of $50 million. It also plans to extend its efforts to the supply chain.

Click here to see Saputo’s environment commitment.


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