IFF Reduces Waste by 9.6 per cent
International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc (IFF) reduced its hazardous waste by 9.6 per cent per metric ton of production during 2012. By 2020, IFF intends to reduce hazardous waste by 25 per cent through waste reduction plans and greater utilisation of green chemistry.
Waste reduction at IFF
By 2011 International Flavors & Fragrances Inc (IFF) had reduced water use by 14 per cent per metric ton of production against a 2007 baseline and continues to be committed to reduce the generation of hazardous waste by 2012 by 10 per cent per metric ton against a 2008 baseline.
Waste reduction and Symrise
Symrise aims to reduce its solid waste and wastewater generated per product unit sold by a third in relation to 2010 values.
Water conservation at Symrise
Symrise aims to reduce its water consumption per product unit sold by a third in relation to 2010 values.
Waste reduction at Firmenich
By 2010 Firmenich had achieved an 11 per cent absolute reduction in hazardous waste tonnage from its 2005 baseline. The 2010 goal was to reduce hazardous waste per tonne by sales by 20 per cent. The company achieved a 45 per cent reduction. The tonnage recycled has increased by 21 per cent from 2005 to 2010. Green teams in individual Firmenich plants are constantly identifying opportunities to recycle.
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