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ALPLA, a plastic packaging giant, has promised to reduce its carbon footprint by 10% by 2022

ALPLA, a global plastic packaging company, has just released its third sustainable development report, which includes detailed insights into the company's development strategy. The report describes the progress of sustainable development from 2016 to 2018 in strict accordance with national standards, industrial standards and international standards, and on this basis, sets the ambitious goals for 2019 to 2022

in the past three years, the company has reduced the ratio of energy consumption to output by 6.6%, and the ratio of fresh water consumption to material consumption by 40%. The company far exceeded its goal of using recycled materials: demand rose sharply during the reporting period. Christoph Hoffmann, director of corporate strategy, sustainable development and circular economy, said. "ALPLA has more than 25 years of experience in recycling, including the manufacturing and processing of recycled products. That is why we can provide our customers with effective solutions for both sides."

Linda mauksch, sustainable development officer of ALPLA, said that although the company's material industry is the foundation of the entire industrial system and can significantly reduce its carbon footprint as planned, this is partly because the company's growth in carbon intensive power production countries exceeded expectations. Global goals can only be achieved with the efforts of all regions

ALPLA has 178 factories in 46 countries. Among them, 72 factories are internal, which means that they are directly involved in the operation of customers. This approach reduces transportation and carbon emissions. Many factories have planned and implemented their own sustainable development projects. The sustainable development report outlines successful examples of such projects in India, Brazil and Portugal

as an innovative leader, ALPLA can also point out several leading projects in the field of product development, from bottles made entirely of recycled and household degradable coffee capsules to HDPE bottles that are 60% lighter than standard bottles. The company hopes to bring at least three innovations to the market every year by 2022. Its goal is to reduce the absolute value of its carbon footprint by 10%, even if the annual growth rate is expected to be 3%

in 2018, another partner of Wolfen, Germany, joined three PET recycling plants in Mexico, Austria and Poland. These four sites can recycle 70000 tons of food grade PET every year

alpla's high-quality packaging is used in a range of markets, including food and beverage, cosmetics and personal care products, household detergents, pharmaceutical products, and engine oil and lubricants

the company said that with its global economic commitment of more than 160billion yuan of new plastic investment, ALPLA promised to produce 100% recyclable products by 2025 and invest 50million euros to expand recycling activities. During this period, the amount of processed post consumer recycled materials should be increased to 25% of the total material usage

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