Amcor announced the release of its 2013 Sustainability Report, detailing the company’s sustainability performance for the FY2012-2013 period. This year marks the 11th year the company has published information and data on its environment, social and economic performance.
Amcor’s approach to sustainability is driven by a framework consisting of five key focus areas: environment, community, workplace, marketplace and economy. Performance is measured in each of these areas to allow for benchmarking against international standards and other corporate peers.
Performance highlights for 2013 include:
• More than half of Amcor’s 300+ sites worldwide achieved Amcor’s target of ‘No Injuries.’
• Reduction of 13% in greenhouse gas emissions.
• Waste to landfill intensity reduction by 31%.
• Reduction of 12% in water use intensity at sites in Australia and New Zealand.
Amcor is listed on global and regional market indices, including the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index; the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index, Materials Sector, Australia and New Zealand region; and the FTSE4Good index.
A 2013 Sustainability Review that provides a summary of Amcor’s sustainability performance is also available. To view or download the detailed 2013 Sustainability Report or Sustainability Review, or to provide feedback, visit www.amcor.com/sustainability