P&G recently released its 16th annual sustainability report, which detailed projects and goals that are reducing the environmental footprint of the company. The report highlights P&G reaching its waste reduction goal six years early and its pulp certification goal a year early, and growing to 70 as the number of global facilities now delivering zero manufacturing waste to landfill.
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"Our teams are driven to make a significant, positive and lasting impact on the communities we serve through our operations, product designs and innovative partnerships, and this year's report showcases the results of that dedication," said Martin Riant, P&G executive sponsor of sustainability and group president of global baby and feminine & family care. "Our work to drive zero manufacturing waste to landfill across our manufacturing facilities has exceeded expectations with nearly 50 percent of our sites achieving this goal since 2010."