Plants not Petroleum - Diapers

A Generation of Good; 2013 Coprporate Consciousness Report

Nurture Nature PLANTS NOT PETR OLEUM USDA Biobased Certification One of Seventh Generation’s biggest points of difference relative to our competition is our unwavering commitment to plants, not petroleum. The USDA BioPreferred® Program is an accreditation for products with demonstrated biobased content — meaning the ingredients come from renewable sources — not from fossil fuel feedstock. The USDA biobased certification label shows consumers the percentage of biobased content in each product as well as the remaining petroleum-based content. We use this independent verification program chapter 2 | nurture nature to validate our focus on plant-based ingredients. Seventh Generation has certified all eligible products, most with biobased contents of 90% or higher. DIAPER S • Seventh Generation is the first diaper brand in North America to receive FSC certification for the pulp in our standard Free & Clear Diapers • We eliminated pulp bleaching for our standard Free & Clear diapers saving energy, water, chemicals, and even using fewer trees Seventh Generation strives to ensure that our diapers embody our concern for healthy babies, healthy forests and healthy waterways. Working with the European wood pulp supplier for our diapers, UPM RaumaCell, we 2020 GOALS PLANTS NOT PETROLEUM: ALL PRODUCTS AND PACKAGING ARE BIOBASED OR RECYCLED SOURCE SUSTAINABLY: ALL AGRICULTURAL MATERIALS ARE SOURCED FROM FARMS THAT RESTORE AND IMPROVE SOIL FERTILITY, WATER QUALITY, AND BIODIVERSITY. PRODUCE ZERO WASTE : ALL PRODUCTS AND PACKAGING ARE BIODEGRADABLE OR RECYCLABLE NURTURE NATURE WE ASPIRE TO CARE TODAY FOR THE NEXT SEVEN GENERATIONS OF TOMORROWS.


A Generation of Good; 2013 Coprporate Consciousness Report
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