Kimberly-Clark ANZ proudly steps up in the fight against climate change.
Kimberly-Clark is firmly committed to reducing the environmental footprint and leaving a positive environmental legacy for generations to come.
At our Millicent Mill in South Australia, we have reduced emissions and are working towards installing a wetland at the site, to create a safe habitat for rare and endangered birdlife species. Tree planting and other restoration projects are also planned.
We continue with our commitment to us FSC certified fibre, and are working to increase the recycled content of all our packaging – especially plastics.
We’re also investigating new materials for our products to reduce their impact on the environment, and working to support end-of-life systems to enable recycling for materials that aren’t currently accepted by kerbside collections.
And we’re proud to be the first Kimberly-Clark region globally to make the commitment to become carbon neutral in our operations. Through innovations in our own manufacturing process, as well as partnerships with some incredible environmental organisations, we hope to achieve this by 2030. We’re investing in technology and partnerships to reduce plastics throughout the supply chain and improve circularity. In 2020, great progress was made towards zero waste target with Millicent Mill achieving 97.9% diversion.
For more on Kimberly-Clark’s Sustainability Ambitions 2030 visit www.sustainability.kimberly-clark.com.au
If you’d like to learn about how Kimberly-Clark Professional can help make your workplace healthier, safer and more productive, please don’t hesitate to call Peter Matheson, KCP – Senior Account Manager (SA) on 0467 167 454.