A More Sustainable Future

As we grow our business, we seek to do so sustainably over the long term so that ecosystems are preserved for future generations.

Sustainability is integrated across every aspect of our business. It is fundamental to our business strategy, which aims to create and share value with all of our stakeholders. This defines how we run our business, carry out our activities and develop our relationships.

In order to address key global challenges affecting our industry, our communities and our planet, we collaborate across all business functions with the aim of seeking solutions. We put significant effort and energy into topics relevant to common welfare: single-use plastic and packaging waste, inequality, climate change, health and nutrition, to name a few.

We truly believe that all businesses have a responsibility in this regard and should be part of the solution to global and local issues. As these challenges cannot be addressed by one company alone, we want to combine forces and knowledge and, therefore, engage with external stakeholders as well.

We have a long history of setting sustainability commitments for our company and tracking our progress towards our goals. In 2018, we decided to communicate our sustainability commitments publicly in a transparent and simple way, launching our Mission 2025.


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MISSION 2025

Our Mission 2025 consists of seventeen sustainability commitments. We created it by following our materiality approach and aligning it with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their targets. Thus, our Mission 2025 focuses on commitments in six key areas along our value chain: reducing emissions; water use and stewardship; World Without Waste; ingredient sourcing; nutrition; and our people and communities.


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As we keep sight of our 2025 Sustainability Commitments, we are focused on six key areas, which we call our beacon commitments, that contribute to improving lives, supporting our communities and safeguarding the environment.


Over 200 Coca-Cola employees took time out of their busy work schedules on Friday to help clean-up Ireland’s coastline. Employees took part in six beaches cleans across the island to help remove marine litter from Ireland’s coastline - with 40 employees participating at Dublin’s Bull Island. 
An outstanding XX bags and XX tonnes of litter were removed from the six beaches over the course of the day thanks to the trojan effort of volunteers. 
The volunteering initiative, which took place ahead of next weekend’s Big Beach Clean event, is part of the company’s ongoing strategy to achieve a world without waste. 
For more information visit ie.coca-colahellenic.com | www.coca-cola.ie. Over 200 Coca-Cola employees took time out of their busy work schedules on Friday to help clean-up Ireland’s coastline. Employees took part in six beaches cleans across the island to help remove marine litter from Ireland’s coastline - with 40 employees participating at Dublin’s Bull Island. 
An outstanding XX bags and XX tonnes of litter were removed from the six beaches over the course of the day thanks to the trojan effort of volunteers. 
The volunteering initiative, which took place ahead of next weekend’s Big Beach Clean event, is part of the company’s ongoing strategy to achieve a world without waste. 
For more information visit ie.coca-colahellenic.com | www.coca-cola.ie.

PERFORMANCE

We are on track to meet our mission 2025 sustainability commitments, click the link below to find out more.

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A decade of environmental sustainability

In 2010, we set targets to reduce our water, waste and energy use. 


our latest achievements 

Coca-Cola HBC Commits to Net Zero Emissions by 2040

Coca-Cola HBC (CCH) today announced a commitment to achieving net zero emissions across its entire value chain by 2040.

 

 

Accelerating our Journey towards a World Without Waste

KeelClip™ packaging now in use on all multi-pack cans eliminating 200 tonnes of shrink wrap plastic across the island of Ireland

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Coca‑Cola HBC commissions new ‘canning line’ at Lisburn Plant

First Minister and deputy First Minister join Coca‑Cola HBC to celebrate largest investment in Knockmore Hill since the opening of the plant

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Coca‑Cola moves to 50% recycled plastic

Our investment in rPET will eliminate 2,000 tonnes of virgin plastic from circulation annually

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Our community investment across the island of Ireland (2017)

 

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The number of hours our employees spent volunteering during company time

104k

People who benefitted from our community investments (2017)


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The Coca‑Cola System introduces KeelClip™

In a first for the Non-Alcoholic-Ready-to-Drink category, we’re proud to report that Ireland will be one of the first countries to introduce the new Keel Clip, eliminating 250 tonnes of shrink wrap plastic.

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World Without Waste

We're working to create 100% recyclable packaging and use 50% recycled materials and by 2030, help collect and recycle every botle or can for every one we sell. 



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