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At WaterWipesTM we want to play a part in protecting our environment, helping to play our part in a greener and better future. WaterWipesTM have committed to climate action by setting science-based emission reduction targets aligning with the 1.5C decarbonisation pathway.

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Green electricity
Green energy (certified by Bord Gais Energy)
Post consumer recycled (PCR)
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Boxes contain up to 70% PCR FSC certified mix card content. Bags contain 30% PCR polythylene
Responsible Flushing Alliance
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Promoting responsible flushing
Savings in plastics
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500ml plastic water bottles. 4977t savings in plastics (equivalencies from move to new plastic free wipes in a given year)
Savings in water
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Olympic-sized swimming pools. 17.244m3 savings in water (equivalencies from move to new plastic free wipes in a given year)
Reduction in post-consumer waste
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Reduction in post-consumer waste, both in weight of product and packaging (equivalencies from move to new plastic free wipes in a given year)

Creating long lasting change and a sustainable future

In 2023, we measured our Scope 1 and 2 carbon emissions and set a target of 42% reduction by 2030. We have committed to measure and reduce scope 3 emissions.

This year we also successfully implemented LEAN transformation to increase efficiencies, reduce energy usage and enable us to sustainably deliver more value to customers.

What are LEAN transformation?

The Lean Transformation Framework is a proven, systematic approach to resolving problems at every level of the enterprise, from executive-level strategy to frontline operations. Whether you lead an established organisation or a startup, you can use the Framework to address any trouble issue by answering its five questions. The questions guide you through the fundamental questions of purpose, process, and people, which will help you to identify solutions that align with all three.

What are Scope 1,2, and 3 Emissions?

Scope 1 – Direct emissions from sources that are owned or controlled by an organisation.

  • Company–owned vehicles/ Fuel combustion

Scope 2 – Indirect emissions from the consumption of purchased electricity, heat, or steam.

  • Electricity consumption/ Heat/A.C. consumption/ Steam consumption

Scope 3 – Indirect emissions resulting from the activities of an organisation, but not included in Scope 2.

  • Waste disposal/ Purchased goods/ Business travel