to increase their understanding of their supply chains to minimize
risk and drive progress on goals, and then find ways to effectively
communicate to customers and consumers.
Happi: Tell us about the latest work/endeavors from TSC
and what’s on tap for the group next year?
Lewis: TSC is at an important inflection point in our development
and impact. We have completed Product Sustainability Toolkits for
110 key consumer product categories identified by our members
and stakeholders as those with greatest impact. TSC is continuing
to create Toolkits on additional key categories while also focusing
on implementation and member services that facilitate the use and
integration of Product Sustainability Toolkits; the usability of the
user interface; our next generation of tools that expand the prod-
uct categories; additional systems to help drive
effective sustainability decision making; and
overall leadership initiatives that TSC can push
forward with our diverse network of members
and partners to advance the consumer product
sustainability journey. •
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• Here’s a look at recent progress made in
sustainability—covering both environmen-
tal aspects and social responsibility—in the
household and personal care categories.
SC Johnson has moved up 17 spots
to no. 77 on the uS EPa’s national top 100
list of the largest green power users. SC
Johnson is currently using nearly 75 million
kilowatt-hours of green power annually, which
is enough green power to meet 43% of the
organization’s electricity use in the uS.
“Focusing on green power use has long
been a priority at SC Johnson,” said Kelly
M. Semrau, senior vice president, global
corporate affairs, communication and sus-
tainability. “in the past decade alone, we
have undertaken renewable energy initiatives
around the globe, including wind power, so-
lar and cogeneration.”
according to SC Johnson’s just released
2014 Sustainability Report, the company has
already met two of its 2016 goals: reducing
greenhouse gas emissions from global man-
ufacturing sites 50.5% since 2000 versus a
goal of 48%; and reducing its global manu-
facturing waste 71% since 2000 versus a
goal of 70%.
looking to move sustainable practices into
consumers’ everyday lives, Walmart has rolled
out CleanPath, billed as a premium line of re-
fillable products including foaming hand soap
and sanitizer and multi-surface, bathroom and
glass cleaners. the line—sold exclusively at
2,000 Walmart stores and 200 Sam’s Clubs—
features the Replenish Refill System.