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At Tommee Tippee, we believe that every baby has the right to a great start in life, and it's our responsibility to make sure the world they're born into is set up to provide the best for them.
This means protecting the planet today – by removing single-use plastics from everything we do, sustainably sourcing our materials, using renewable energy supplies, and making our business net zero – so they can live well in it tomorrow.
We’ve prioritised some key areas, linked to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
The life of our rivers, seas and oceans is rapidly declining as a result of the impact of humans on the planet.
We’re committed to cleaning up the world’s waters so our babies can enjoy them. Just like we do.
We’ve made it a priority to keep the world’s waters CLEAN by removing single-use plastics from our all our activities by 2030
We’ve already started to cut back on our plastics usage by removing over 400 tonnes of single-use plastic from our packaging over the last three years.
We're on target to remove single-use plastics from all our packaging by the end of 2023, and we're aiming to eliminate all single-use plastics from our products by the end of 2025.
We’ve removed 8.6 tonnes of single-use plastics internally across our sites and our offices in Australia and Spain are now single-use plastic free.
By continuously collaborating with our partners and suppliers, we'll work to remove single-use plastics from our supply chain so we can limit the impact we have on the world's waters at every stage of our production process.
Protecting the life of our oceans means getting out there and getting stuck in. Our employees are helping to reduce plastic pollution across beaches in the UK, Australia, and Morocco, following the launch of our sustainability-focused volunteering programme.
Every living thing is integral to the survival of our planet, so we need to look after every plant, animal and mineral with the same care and attention we give to our babies.
We’re committed to protecting and preserving the natural resources our babies can’t live without.
We’ve made it a priority to make sure that all materials across our business are SUSTAINABLY sourced by 2030
We’ve already made a start in launching product lines made using innovative and sustainable materials. Our Twist and Click nappy disposal system is made using recycled materials and sustainably sourced sugarcane GREENFILM™.
We are a proud member of Better Cotton. By choosing cotton products from Tommee Tippee, you’re supporting responsible cotton production through Better Cotton. Better Cotton is sourced via a system of mass balance and is not physically traceable to end products. Tommee Tippee is committed to sourcing 100% of our cotton as Better Cotton by 2024.
As we increase our use of sustainable materials in products and packaging, we’ll reduce our use of fossil fuel resources, while making sure that our packaging is sustainably sourced and 100% recyclable.
We’ll continuously look to work with global initiatives such as the Forest Stewardship Council®. Our products manufactured in the UK and Morocco are provided in cardboard packaging which is FSC certified to support responsible forestry management.
Following an ecology study, our UK manufacturing facility has been established as a wildlife-friendly site, with the planting of wildflowers to attract bees and butterflies, along with the installation of a natural pond and bird boxes to improve biodiversity. Outdoor seating and planted areas are provided to help our employees get closure to nature.
Human impact has caused great damage to the world. But the power of reversing it lies within people, too.
We’re committed to ensuring our planet is as healthy and thriving as the babies who will grow up on it.
So, we’re setting out a plan to reduce the impact we have on the planet.
We’ve made it a priority to ensure that we will be using 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY across all our sites, and to be a Zero to Landfill business by 2030
All our UK sites and our Melbourne office have renewable electricity supplies.
We’ve also installed metering equipment at our UK and Morocco factories to monitor our production equipment to help us to identify opportunities to reduce energy usage, and all our UK sites and our Morocco factory are ISO 14001 certified. This provides us with an environmental management standard that delivers best practice and helps us to minimise our environmental impact.
Being zero to landfill is important as it promotes the circular economy and creates a more sustainable and efficient use of resources when making our baby products, which also helps to reduce our carbon footprint.
All our UK sites and our Chinese factory are zero to landfill. Our Morocco factory is 99% zero to landfill, while we identify a solution for food waste.
To protect the climate of tomorrow, we need to act today so babies of the future have a safe world to grow up in.
We’re committed to looking after the wellbeing of babies, but to do this, we need to ensure that the climate they will grow up in brings them health, not harm.
We’ve made it a priority to limit climate damage, aiming to be a NET ZERO business by 2030 (2045 for freight)
We are working hard to reduce our global impact, having reduced our Scope 1 (direct) emissions in relation to natural gas, diesel, LPG, and company car usage. And we’ve significantly reduced our global travel with only essential flights now allowed and all the associated emissions offset.
We aim to reduce our products’ carbon footprints as we evolve our product ranges. The footprint of our Twist and Click nappy bin has been independently assessed, with certified CO2e reduced and CO2e-assessed product logos proudly displayed.
We’ll continue to reduce our carbon footprint and material usage as we evolve our product ranges.