Sustainability deals with global and regional issues concerning the environment, the economy and social responsibility; our sustainability pillars. Ambitious sustainability targets are included in our long term strategic planning. Our aim is to reduce any negative environmental impact whilst remaining economically sustainable and socially responsible. Our goal is to become the leading supplier of inherently sustainable packaging.
Both glass and metal are permanent materials and are therefore infinitely recyclable without any loss of properties. As part of functional engagements with our customers, our team addresses key sustainability challenges such as climate change, water stewardship and responsible sourcing. Below, please find our latest sustainability news along with our 2019 environmental data including 2025 targets.
e.g. ISO 14001
Health & Safety
e.g. ISO 45001
e.g. ISO 50001
e.g. ISO 22001
Water reduction - Gostyń, Poland
13 Aug 2020
Our Glass facility in Gostyń, Poland, reduced their water consumption by 15% between 2017 and 2018. The team implemented a number of measures to achieve this.
Ardagh Glass Germany
06 Aug 2020
More than 40 new apprentices begin their apprenticeship programme this month in eight of our German glass facilities.
Roofing cullet for energy savings
29 Jul 2020Ardagh Dongen drops energy use by approximately 10,000 GJ by installing roofing over a part of the green cullet area. Our team in Dongen, the Netherlands, has installed roofing over a part of the green cullet area to limit its exposure to weather conditions such as rain and snow.
Ardagh awarded three Energy Star Certs
16 Jul 2020Our Glass North America team was awarded three ENERGY STAR® plant certifications for superior energy performance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the only U.S. glass container manufacturer to earn this recognition.
Ardagh install heat recycling system
23 Jun 2020
At the core of production activities at Ardagh is a commitment to responsible environmental management. At Ardagh’s glass production facility in Wahlstedt, Germany, a new batch preheater, or heat recovery system, has been installed with sustainable best practice in mind. As a result of this new technology, energy consumption at Wahlstedt has reduced by up to 20%.