Mars and Ford Hit 100% Waste to Landfill Targets

04 July by Charles Cocklin


Global food giant Mars reports on its annual corporate responsibility this month and confirms that it's hit a big target; 100% of its factories have now achieved 'zero waste to landfill' status, while Ford’s 2016 Sustainability Report  also reveals that that the group has achieved 'zero waste to landfill' at all of its manufacturing plants in Europe.

These are gigantic milestones and follow in the footsteps of other large corporate companies such as Unilever, Nestle and RB who are leading the push towards a greener economy.

Economically and environmentally, companies have concluded that a more sustainable future is better for business.

Mars aims to be carbon-neutral across its global operations by 2040 and is considering adopting an internal price on carbon to help it prepare for future low-carbon policies.

To read more visit the EDIE website