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: The containers use five million pounds less resin than used in the past; Hidden Valley Dressing : uses eggs not meat, which has a lower carbon footprint. Other brands include : Formula 40, Kitchen Bouquet, KC Masterpiece, Liquid-Plumr, Mistolin, Poett, Soy Vay, RenewLife, Rainbow Light, Natural Vitality, Neocell, Tilex, S.O.S., Fresh Step, Scoop Away, Ever Clean pet products . 90% of all US brands use cartons from 100% recycled content. Minimal use of ingredients and packaging. Use of recyclable and compostable materials. Clorox 2020 Strategy calls for 20% reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, energy, water and waste-to- landfill of manufacturing and distribution operations by the year 2020. Clorox has achieved double-digit reductions in GHG emissions, water use and waste-to-landfill between 2008 and 2011 Further reduction in emissions of particulate matter volatile organic compounds (VOCs), sulfur oxide (SOx) and nitrous oxide (NOx) and are diligent about reducing, reusing and recycling fluorinated gases Clorox business partner code of conduct outlines its expectations from its business partners. Since 2011 partners have self-certifying compliance with Clorox’s code. In 2014, Clorox also introduced a scorecard for its top 100 suppliers. Clorox’s responsible sourcing and sustainability program helps it assess its own upstream supply chain against social and environmental impacts. The scorecard enables Clorox to track its suppliers’ progress. Clorox also engage its suppliers on deforestation (products and packaging are responsibly sourced). Clorox strives to be transparent about its business. It continues to be committed to report progress through annual submissions to the Climate Disclosure Project and annual integrated report. Clorox belong to a number of sustainability-related organizations, attend conferences and, when possible, meet with individual stakeholders or organizations on important corporate responsibility issues. Strong commitment to ethical business practices and treating people with dignity, respect and equal opportunity and expect the same commitment from business partners. Adherence to its Business Partner Code of Conduct and Human Rights Commitment are required of its partners. I would agree with CSRHUB in granting Clorox high score in its corporate and sustainability effort. The Clorox brand is truly green and its gets greener every year as the firm continues to find ways to make itself more efficient. 3. The case primarily examines those three brands, Brita, Burt’s Bees, & Green Works. For each of the three brands, analyze the following:
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The strength of brand management, stakeholder impact against that of competitive offers (the branding strategy is particularly important in the Green Works brand, so discuss these) Appraising the firm’s green resources and capabilities is the first step in determining what strategy to pursue. However, such appraising must include a comprehensive assessment of the process and urgencies for innovation and product development,
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