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Keter is on track to achieving its 2025 sustainability targets

Published: 17 August 2021 - Neil Mead

Keter, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of resin-based household and garden consumer products, is on track to achieving its 2025 sustainability targets across its product design and development.

The company’s 2025 sustainable targets include:

  1. Better Products for Better Places -  An ambition to deliver affordable, innovative lifestyle solutions with recycled content and recyclable designs. Keter has already achieved zero production of single-use plastic consumer products and 40% of recycled content in total production.
  2. Better Planet – To implement operational efficiencies and environmentally positive actions through the supply chain, including a 25% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. So far, a 4% reduction in absolute greenhouse gas emissions has been achieved with zero waste to landfill. 
  3. Better Business – Delivering business and social value via ethical conduct and community investment. For example, more women in executive and management roles and an improved wellbeing programme.

To find out more, download Keter’s latest Sustainability Report here:  


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