Mondi Steinfeld manufacturing becomes CO2 neutral certified
Latest announcement made by Mondi Steinfeld (Germany) reports the company’s certification as CO2 neutral for its manufacturing processes. The certification was awarded by ClimatePartner as a result of the company switching to renewable energy and supporting certain climate projects in 2020.
As part of its certification, Mondi Steinfeld combined carbon offsetting with participation in carbon trust projects, including local and international reforestation efforts. Its next local project will focus on protecting diverse ecosystems and habitats.
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“Being sustainable by design is Mondi’s purpose. Not only does this mean creating more sustainable products, but also making our production process more sustainable by optimising our processes and reducing our emissions. We are proud to achieve this carbon neutral status while also supporting Mondi’s 10 year sustainability action plan, MAP2030, to tackle global issues across the value chain, including taking action on climate,” said Werner Ferlings, Managing Director, Mondi Halle and Steinfeld, on behalf of the entire management team.
About Mondi Group
Founded in 1967, Mondi Group is a global leader in packaging and paper, producing flexible consumer packaging at its Steinfeld plant. Products manufactured at the plan include its ‘state-of-the-art’ recyclable pre-made packaging for dry pet food.
“Mondi is committed to providing customers with sustainable packaging through their customer-centric approach, EcoSolutions. This approach examines the entire value chain, including manufacturing, operations, and logistics. This CO2 neutral certification is another step in making the manufacturing process more sustainable,” stated the Group.