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The Tetra Pak Way Sustainable Packaging Tevfik Djamgouz PAC, Ottawa, September 30

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The Tetra Pak Way

Sustainable Packaging

Tevfik DjamgouzPAC, Ottawa, September 30

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Agenda

Our Value Proposition – Renew, Reduce, Recycle

Environment Strategy 2020

Progress through Innovation

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Environment is a Strategic Priority for Tetra Pak

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Internal

Driving Environmental Excellence

JRQ/09-19-12

2020 Strategy environment objectives

Climate Goal: Cap CO2 e impact across the

value chain at 2010 levels

Recycling Goal:

40% recycling of used carton,90% recycling of polymer &

aluminium

Reduce environmental footprint across the value chain

Develop sustainable products

Increase recycling

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Agenda

Our Value Proposition – Renew, Reduce, Recycle

Environment Strategy 2020

Progress through Innovation

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Three Pillars Driving Focus & Competitiveness

RENEW

REDUCE

RECYCLE

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Using Renewable Resources: a Competitive Advantage

Because our paperboard comes from

well-managed and known & acceptable/ legal sources

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Renewable Materials with Sustainable Supply is Imperative

Ultimate goal: “Wood fiber used

in our packaging comes from

sustainably managed forests

certified to the highest

standards”

We are committed to certified

traceability from forest to

packaging material

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Reducing Environmental Impacts Guided by Life Cycle

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Reducing Climate ImpactsCap CO2 despite growth across the value chain

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Key elements

► Cap climate impact across the value chain at 2010 levels despite business growth

► 5% annual business growth requires 40% relative CO2 emission reduction

Global Carbon footprint index Tetra Pak value chain

Climate goal

“Business as usual”

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Making Carton Recycling HappenSignificant Gains with dedicated focus

Over 90% Households have access to carton recycling in Canada

The Canadian recycling rate reported by government

agencies for Q2 2012 was 38%

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Great Lakes Tissue

Carton End Markets: From 1 to 9 Recyclers since 2009

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Agenda

Our Value Proposition – Renew, Reduce, Recycle

Environment Strategy 2020

Progress through Innovation

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From idea to reality

Innovation

“It’s not easy to do what no one else has done.”

Dr. Ruben Rausing 1895-1983

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Be Relevant Now and TomorrowBegin with the End

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2 ♠ Easy GreenGreen action only if easy and rewarding, otherwise someone else needs to take care

4 ♠ Converging Influences

Influence of Developing markets on Developed ones growing; from West to East but also from East to West

Value is not “one size fits all” but value=value for Me. Still, price is important

Value for Me ♠ 1

Safe & Secure ♠ 3Consumers need to be reassured; food safety remains key

ProActive Health ♠ 5 Looking proactively at an healthy lifestyle, though gap exists

Surprise me, Delight me ♠ 7Consumers are demanding and expecting an “extra” experience from

every purchase. Increasing demand for product customization

Convenience = Easy, stress-free options for OTG busy lives, but also here and now thanks to technology

6 ♠ Right Here, Right Now

How does Tetra Pak do it?Taking consumer trends and translating them into packs

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g CO2 eq. / litre packed

Progress Through Green InnovationThe Future

Non-foil barrierPolymers from renewable sourcesLess material Eco-efficient equipment

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Product Improvement through innovation

Deployment of the Green HDPE for Caps

►By adopting closures made with green HDPE:− Renewable material content of the package increases− Carbon emissions (CO2) decrease

►Example Tetra Brik Aseptic 1000 Square Stream Cap using green HDPE:− Renewable material content increases +8.5% − Carbon emissions (CO2) decrease of the

closure -20%* and the entire package -2.6%* *Based on internal Tetra Pak packaging material assessment.

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Industry RecognitionSustainability Squared

“Best Branded Package Made or Sold Anywhere in North America”, 2011- Packaging Association of Canada

“Best Green Consumer Product”- 2011 GLOBE Awards

Silver “Sustainable Product”, 2011 - Recycling Council of Ontario

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New Packaging, New Categories…

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“Success in business is more than just achieving financial goals; it’s also about sustainable growth and protecting the environment.”

Dennis Jönsson, CEO Tetra Pak