Trivium releases sustainability report

Trivium Packaging has released its 2021 Sustainability Report, highlighting the extensive sustainability activities implemented across its global operations. The company’s report reinforces its commitment to do its part in tackling climate change by integrating sustainability as a core element of all products and operations.

“We recognise that Trivium’s role matters in the global effort to take urgent action against climate change, which is why we strive to make sure sustainability is not just a part of our business, but rather the heart of our business,” says Michael Mapes, CEO of Trivium Packaging.

One of Trivium’s greatest achievements in 2021 was to further embed sustainability in every function – and at every level – of the organisation by adopting its first-ever Value Creation Model (VCM). Trivium’s Sustainability Report 2021 explains how the VCM represents an important step in outlining, quantifying, and evaluating Trivium’s impact on stakeholders, and further provides updates on the progress of its ‘Circularity Champion’ sustainability strategy to date.

“At Trivium, we make over 100 million metal items every single day – which means we can drive real, sustainable change,” shares Jenny Wassenaar, chief sustainability officer at Trivium Packaging. “We’re continuing to pioneer change through sustainable growth and environmentally improved operations, making a real difference for our customers, our people, and the planet.”

Highlights from the Trivium Sustainability Report 2021 include:

  • Growing the business sustainably: Conducting over 30 collaborative innovation sessions globally to help customers make the shift to sustainable metal packaging, and optimising capabilities through operational excellence programme roll-outs
  • Innovate to lead: Receiving 19 industry awards for technical and sustainable innovation across a range of product categories, and launching a new eco-design standard for new product developments
  • Environmentally conscious facilities: Surpassing annual reduction targets for carbon emissions and water consumption, and setting more ambitious science-based 1.5°C-aligned emission reduction targets for the future

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