Over the years, Unilever has continued to move towards a more circular economy, minimising waste by reducing, reusing and recycling its own waste and encouraging consumers to do the same, while enabling more of its packaging to either remain in loops or have the best possible opportunity to be recycled.
With a business model that is inherently sustainable, CHEP helps its customers become part of the circular economy through the company’s principles of share and reuse, while also striving to minimise its own impact on the environment and contributing positively to the communities in which it operates in.
PepsiCo is focused on delivering sustainable long-term growth while leaving a positive imprint on society and the environment. The company does this through its global principle called Performance with Purpose, which positions PepsiCo for long-term success and ingraining sustainability into its daily business operations.
The waste industry gathered at the Doltone House Parkview, Pyrmont, NSW on November 22 to honour leaders and innovators in the sector for Inside Waste’s inaugural 2018 Waste and Resource Recovery Excellence Awards.
Reports have been coming across Inside Waste’s desk today about the sudden resignation of the NSW EPA’s Anissa Levy, who only joined the organisation as acting chair and CEO on March this year.