To provide more transparency on the footprint of its products, Avery Dennison is implementing the Carbon Trust Footprinting Tool. The tool offers more accurate ways to measure the improvements of the company by using its primary data on products.┬á
Avery Dennison Corporation is transitioning to a bespoke carbon footprinting tool created in collaboration with the Carbon Trust to continue its drive towards transparency and continuous improvement in environmental impact measurement and reporting on its label products.
The company seeks more accurate ways to measure improvements within its processing and sourcing decisions, the Carbon Trust footprinting tool includes the use of verified primary data from Avery DennisonÔÇÖs operations to more accurately measure the impact of current and future label products.
ÔÇťAs a company, weÔÇÖve monitored and assessed the sustainability of our products for the past ten years, and this is another important step forward in our goal of providing the most accurate information to our customers.By implementing the Carbon Trust footprinting tool, we facilitate further transparency and offer customers a more trustworthy assessment of our label productsÔÇÖ impacts.ÔÇŁ
Claudia Mariconda, Global Director Sustainability, Materials Group
The Carbon Trust footprinting tool is intended to provide information on the greenhouse gas and water footprint of an expanding array of Avery DennisonÔÇÖs label and packaging materials products globally including selected faces, liners, and adhesives. The footprint reports are in line with the reporting and verification methodology of GHG Protocol Product Standard, PAS2050 and ISO-14067.
Source: Avery Dennison
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