TC Transcontinental Packaging is proud to be recognized as an Accredited Business by the Pet Sustainability Coalition for its demonstrated leadership in corporate social responsibility. Through this accreditation it continues to demonstrate its commitment to the pet industry, to find a circular solution for flexible plastic packaging and to raise the bar for positive environmental and social impact within the pet industry.
Through rigorous, third-party verification, TC Transcontinental Packaging has demonstrated, measured and verified the positive environmental and social impact of its business operations. This accreditation also recognizes its investment in the development and wellness of its employees, the adoption of good practices to limit the environmental impact of its operations, the innovative development of sustainable products and its contributions to the communities in which it operates.
“As a member of the Pet Sustainability Coalition, the PSC Packaging Pledge, and a signator of the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, we believe that in order to have a positive impact for pets, people, and the planet we need to collaborate with brand, associations, governments and supply chain partnerships.” said Thomas Morin, president of TC Transcontinental Packaging.
TC Transcontinental Packaging has intensified its focus on developing innovative, sustainable packaging solutions for the pet food industry. Our VieVERTe sustainable product portfolio leverages the essential benefits of flexible packaging such as extending shelf life, reducing food waste and providing product protection while reducing its environmental footprint. VieVERTe products for the pet industry meet the functional packaging requirements, are pre-approved for How-to-Recycle certification and can incorporate Post Consumer Recycle Content (PCR) into the package.
Sustainability is woven into the fabric of TC Transcontinental. For over 45 years, TC Transcontinental has integrated best practices into sustainable development as part of its business activities and processes. It is committed to building on its deep comprehension of sustainable film development through its investments in R&D technology and testing, its recycling efforts, and most importantly, through its people. We are not only working towards our own goals of creating flexible packaging that is 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025, but to guide and support pet food brands in achieving their sustainability goals for a healthier planet.
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