In line with the responsibility as an international corporate citizen to care for the environment, KYOCERA Document Solutions Australia Pty Ltd has re-signed and committed to Australian Packaging Covenant. The Australian Packaging Covenant replaces the National Packaging Covenant which expired on 30 June 2010.
What is the Australian Packaging Covenant?
The Australian Packaging Covenant (‘Covenant’) is an agreement between companies in the supply chain and all levels of government to reduce the environmental impacts of consumer packaging. This will be achieved by:
The Covenant is based on the waste hierarchy: that is, it puts high priority on avoiding and minimising packaging waste, followed by reuse, recycling, recovery and finally, disposal.
As a signatory to the Covenant, KYOCERA Document Solutions Australia Pty Ltd:
The objective of the Covenant is to minimise the overall environmental impacts of packaging by pursuing these performance goals:
These goals will be achieved through the collaborative efforts of the Covenant Council and the actions of individual signatories. The Covenant Council will assist signatories to meet their Covenant obligations through capacity building. The Covenant commences on 1 July 2010. The Covenant Council will evaluate the Covenant’s performance every 5 years and will report the outcomes to Environmental Protection and Heritage Council (EPHC).
To view KYOCERA Document Solutions Australia’s Australian Packaging Covenant most recent Annual Report & Action Plan
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