Chinese Mainland – Greater China
Hong Kong SAR – Greater China
Taiwan – Greater China
Bosnia & Herzegovina
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
At P&G, we continually ask how we can create value from material that would otherwise have been thrown away.
We look to reduce manufacturing waste by:
We’re creating more environmentally friendly packaging by:
By changing the way we see waste—from something thrown away to something with value—we’ve achieved zero manufacturing landfill waste at more than half of our sites worldwide. At these sites, all manufacturing waste is recycled, repurposed or converted into energy. Read more about how we define zero manufacturing waste to landfill.
We continue to evaluate and pilot opportunities in both developed and developing regions.
For example, our GARP team, with the cooperation of government stakeholders, conducted a comprehensive study in the Philippines to understand the tonnage and composition of the waste stream, including the percentage that is biodegradable, recyclable and residual.
The results led to the design of an integrated, profitable and replicable waste management business model—all from materials that would otherwise be thrown away.
We also are partnering with the Asian Development Bank with the goal of piloting this business model in Antipolo, Philippines; the project has been offered to another company that will own and operate the facility.