Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, one of the most credible and widely recognized sustainability ranking for companies acknowledges Coca‑Cola HBC for its robust, transparent and consistent sustainability performance
Our NaturAqua mineral water bottling plant in Zalaszentgrót is an excellent example, proving that even such high performing plants can be operated sustainably, using 100% renewable resources.
The company’s 7 new 2020 goals aim at minimising the environmental footprint, improving production efficiency and developing communities, while supporting the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals
We’ve worked consistently to integrate corporate responsibility and sustainability into every aspect of our business.
Minimising our environmental impact across the whole value chain is a core target for Coca‑Cola HBC. We’ve been setting annual improvement targets since 2004 and are working towards ambitious 2020 goals.
Sustainable packaging is central to our sustainability culture and mindset.
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We demonstrate innovations supporting our sustainable operation via a forest stroll and a bike challenge on Explorer’s Day exhibition at Millenáris Park this Saturday. Today, Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary uses one litre less water in average to produce one litre beverage than in 2006, and our NaturAqua mineral water plant in Zalaszentgrót operates using almost 100 percent renewable energy.
Besides our long-term green, economic and social commitments, Coca‑Cola HBC, as the three-time industry leader of DJSI sustainability index, focuses on training our future leaders to thoroughly understand sustainability as a complex concept.
Coca‑Cola HBC Hungary ditched the good old PDF format and decided to present its annual Sustainability Report in a fun and memorable way to the most important stakeholders. With the help of Momentán impro theatre they shared their 12 material issues for 2014-2015 in 12 interactive and improvisative scene.