Chemical / PetroChemical and Animal Feed

Since 1997, our members have invested over €350 million through Repak to support packaging recycling in Ireland, and have helped to grow packaging recycling and recovery from under 15% in 1998 to 90% in 2016, with Ireland is now ranked one of the top performers in Europe for packaging recycling amongst the EU 27.

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As a producer of packaged goods globally, Monsanto is committed to resource conservation, product stewardship, and the principles of shared responsibility. Monsanto strives to conduct business with suppliers who are compliant with Monsanto’s Supplier Code of Conduct and work collaboratively to incorporate and continually improve practices that demonstrate a commitment to ethical, environmental, and economic sustainability.
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Introduced in 2008, earthbalance is Crown Paint's award winning sustainability programme. Encompassing all of the sustainability activity at Crown, earthbalance is its commitment to be more sustainable, less wasteful and to help its customers make responsible decisions.
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At Dulux, whenever it makes a change to its packaging, it does its best to ensure the new packaging contains less material than before – and the materials that it uses not only come from recycled material, but can also be safety recycled at the end of your painting project
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Biocel constantly strive to minimise the adverse effects that its production, deliveries and services have on the world. It values its relationships with the local business community and obtains many of its raw materials from natural resources, thus it is important to it to maintain a positive, responsible, environmental impact on both of those things.
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C&D Foods expects of itself what it would hope its customers value. Whether it is its "help make C&D greener” environment awareness programme or its support for Fair and Ethical Trading, it insists on the highest possible standards across all its sites. Induction courses, systematic training plans supported with highly visual and personalised poster campaigns are a feature in all its factories as it continuously strives to do things right and right first time.
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As a company, Castrol Ireland is committed to comply with environmental laws and regulatory standards on a worldwide basis. It will continue to drive down the environmental and health impact of our operations by reducing waste, emissions and discharges and by using energy efficiently.
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