Tag: net positive

climate change

A balanced solution to climate change

With the need for more sustainable manufacturing never been greater, certified traceability with mass balancing is emerging as the smart and proven solution to make a real difference Cutting carbon isn’t easy. Despite increased global efforts to reduce the use...

/ July 13, 2018
cut carbon

A commitment to cut carbon

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has approved SIG’s emission reduction targets, placing SIG in an elite group of global companies committed to tackling climate change The Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) is a collaboration between the United Nations Global...

/ June 6, 2018
Giving

Giving more than you take

Responsibility in business is more important than ever and is driving a new and ambitious sustainability concept – the journey to becoming net positive Corporate responsibility is more than just a nice-to-have initiative today. It’s a fundamental priority for companies...

/ March 23, 2018

SIGNATURE PACK – 3 questions and answers about SIG’s award winning innovation

World's first aseptic pack 100% linked to plant-based renewable material convinced the expert jury of the “Beverage Innovation Award 2017”.

/ September 14, 2017
balancing signature pack

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
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
way beyond good

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
Responsibility at SIG

Routes to Sustainability – Finding the Best Business Fit

Sustainability expert, Dr Christian Bauer, assesses three popular business routes to sustainability.

/ September 8, 2016