Explore our archive of integrated annual reports and social responsibility reports to review our sustainability performance from 2010 to the present day.
Winning trust and driving positive change in our communities is a central pillar of our business. We’ve championed sustainability over many years and in 2017 were named the beverage industry leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for the fourth year in a row.
Today is World Water Day. Read Marcel Martin’s article on how we are continuing to lead the way on Water Stewardship, and remain on track to achieve our 2020 water targets.
Coca‑Cola HBC has been named industry leader and awarded a Gold Class distinction in RobecoSAM's annual Corporate Sustainability Assessment
At Coca‑Cola HBC, we are proud to be one of the world’s most sustainable companies. Our accolades in this area are unparalleled, having been among the top performers in the beverage industry listed at DJSI World (Dow Jones Sustainability Index) for 6 consecutive years (being number 1 at DJSI World in 2014-2017), and now, making the CDP's prestigious Global Climate A list.
We’re minimising our environmental impact, from the resources we use to making sure we source responsibly.
We’re committed to promoting an active, healthy lifestyle by offering choice and behaving transparently and responsibly.
We’ve worked consistently to integrate corporate responsibility and sustainability across every aspect of our business.
At Coca‑Cola HBC we believe that creating a sustainable future is a global issue. It is by working with others that we can promote change and respond effectively to challenges.
Coca‑Cola HBC Switzerland announced today that its local mineral water brand, VALSER, is the first Swiss water brand to be sold in bottles made 100% from Swiss recycled PET plastic (rPET).
With our Neptūnas production plant in Varėna (Lithuania) receiving a Gold level European Water Stewardship (EWS) certification for the responsible use of water resources, all of our 31 European Plants are now EWS certified. Outside of Europe, we continue to work towards our goal of certifying all our plants by the end of next year via the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) certification.