Sustainability begins with us
As a global packaging manufacturer, creating a sustainable future for plastic is on us.
Transforming the present and creating a sustainable future depend on getting these fundamentals right.
We work today for a better tomorrow. Sustainable rigid plastic packaging is part of our present.
It is our mantra since 1976.
How we define
Sustainable plastic packaging
At Logoplaste we know what we want.
- Lightweight to minimize CO2 emissions
- Strong to protect the product, avoid damage and product loss
- Recyclable in an established recycling stream
- Made from recycled or renewable materials
- Material source should be as closer as possible
- Exceeds consumer expectations
- Meets market criteria for performance and cost
If you want to go far, you go together
Logoplaste is among the first members to sign the Global Commitment to create a circular economy for plastics.
UN Global Compact
Logoplaste is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact - 10 Principles.
Logoplaste scores GOLD, placing us in the top 3% of the industry.
Logoplaste scored a B for Climate Change and Water Security in the 2022 CDP ratings, which reviewed over 18,700 companies.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Logoplaste is working hard to reach our SDGs by 2030.Learn more
Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi)
Logoplaste has committed to SBTi Net-Zero Standard, joining the Business Ambition reduction target for 1.5ºC group
The Marcel de Botton Sustainability Awards
The Marcel de Botton Sustainability Awards recognize that Sustainability is driven by our Plants. They are also a tribute to our Founder, Marcel de Botton, the man who had the foresight to created a company, sustainable from day one back in 1976, that has become an industry standard for rigid plastic packaging production.
Two awards, Performance and Commitment. Meet the 2023 winners, Logoplaste Thurrock, UK and Logoplaste Mealhada, Portugal.
The prize, for each award, is a 25.000€ donation to a local charity, chosen by each plant.
The Marcel de Botton Sustainability Awards are given to Plants based on how well they manage key resources, and how well they reduce their CO2 footprint. All Logoplaste Plants compete for the Performance and Commitment awards.
Four categories are scored: raw material, energy, water, Health & Safety. For each category, individual metrics are scored, such as raw material loss or water consumption. Each of these metrics is fed with data that either comes from SAP BW or supplied directly by the Plant Managers/VPs/Central Management.
The Performance Award recognizes the plant that has the best overall performance across the 4 categories:
- Raw Materials
- Health & Safety
The Commitment Award recognizes the plant that had the biggest improvement in resources efficiency year-over-year.
In 2023 the nominees were:
- Araras I, Brazil
- Estarreja, Portugal
- Mealhada, Portugal
- Oliveira de Azemeis, Portugal
- Thurrock, United Kingdom WINNER
- Guadalajara, Spain
- Kansas City, USA
- Mealhada, Portugal WINNER
- Tabler Station, USA
- Vietnam, Vietnam