Tag: Way Beyond Good

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Declaring our dedication to sustaining and protecting the health of forests

SIG had the great honour of presenting the ‘Vancouver Declaration’ at the FSC® General Assembly 2017. The Vancouver Declaration represents a strong public statement by businesses – a statement of their intent to support and work towards a sustainable future through responsibly...

/ November 3, 2017
SIG reducing Carbon Footprint

SIG’s carbon footprint: five essential questions answered

SIG has set a highly ambitious goal to halve the environmental footprint and double societal impact by 2030 – we call this going Way Beyond Good.

/ August 29, 2017
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Understanding the mass balancing system behind SIGNATURE PACK

SIG implements responsible processes and offers sustainable solutions for its customers. SIG Expert Udo Felten discusses the methodology of mass balancing.

/ July 11, 2017
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Low-carbon packaging: 3 reasons why carton packs win every time

What packaging has the smallest carbon footprint? This is an important question for any responsible food and beverage producer looking for the most sustainable packaging option.

/ June 30, 2017
Responsibility report

Review of SIG’s first Corporate Responsibility Report

SIG Corporate Responsibility Report 2016: Review by Fiona Dowson at Forum for the Future

/ May 10, 2017
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WAY BEYOND GOOD: the science and substance

SIG Head of Corporate Responsibility, Michael Hecker, reveals the rigour behind our commitment to a net positive future as we go Way Beyond Good.

/ April 3, 2017
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Video: SIG CEO Rolf Stangl explains our “Way Beyond Good”

SIG Combibloc has launched a comprehensive roadmap to become a net-positive business. In this video, SIG CEO Rolf Stangl explains our responsibility approach.

/ March 30, 2017
Responsibility at SIG

WHY WE SEE BEAUTY IN RESPONSIBILITY

SIG CEO Rolf Stangl: If you’re in the food and drinks business, as we are, responsibility is an essential ingredient and never an optional extra.

/ December 21, 2016