SIG Combibloc Thailand has received honorary award certificates for Carbon Footprint of Products (CFP) label and Carbon Footprint Reduction (CFR), as the company is again recognized for low-carbon and sustainability for the fourth consecutive year.
The awards were granted by Jatuporn Buruspat, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment at the ‘A Hundred Hearts to Reduce Global Warming 2020’ event, held at Berkeley Hotel in Bangkok, and organised by the Thailand Green House Gas Management Organisation (Public Organisation) or TGO. Miguel Gamito (Head of Operations and Supply Chain Management), Vatcharapong Ungsrisawasdi (Country Manager at SIG Combibloc Thailand) and Robert Tumiwa (Head of Marketing and Product Development AP-S) picked up the awards on behalf of SIG.
SIG, a leading systems and solutions provider for aseptic packaging as well as the first company to manufacture aseptic carton packaging in Thailand, won the awards for its commitment to contributing more to society and the environment than it takes out. SIG is responsible for making the world a better place through its responsible long-term approach.
Said Miguel Gamito, Head of Operations and Supply Chain Management at SIG Rayong Plant: “The whole company is very proud to receive these awards! Through SIG’s commitment and focus, we continue to produce environmentally friendly packaging in all dimensions. One of our important initiatives is to support global action on climate change by cutting the carbon footprint of our business and products at every stage of the value chain. It is a very important step in becoming a sustainable and low-carbon organization. All in all, we save 2,500 tons of carbon annually.”
SIG has set bold climate targets approved by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), as being in line with the latest climate science to limit global warming to 1.5°C. SIG is committed to reduce absolute scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions 60% by 2030 from a 2016 base year. In addition, the company commits to reduce GHG emissions per litre packed 25% by 2030, from a 2016 base-year (target includes scope 1, scope 2 & scope 3 emissions from Purchased Goods and Services, Use of Sold Products, and End of Life Treatment).
The company is committed to the production of packaging, as well as the sourcing of environmentally friendly raw materials and has also set a goal to increase green products and innovate smarter solutions with proven sustainability, across the entire lifecycle by 2030. For more visit sig.biz