our goal: Maintain cruelty-free animal-free product standard.
our goal: Maintain no artificial colors, flavors, fragrances or preservatives.
our goal: Reduce waste to landfill per ton of product manufactured at our Sanford, ME manufacturing facility. Progress in 2013 and 2014 surpassed our original 2015 goal of 75 kg/ton. So close to zero waste! Keep an eye on us to see how we get all the way there!
our goal: Increase the amount of recycled and reused materials expressed as a percentage of the total waste generated at our Sanford, ME manufacturing facility.
*These calculations have been adjusted to reflect total waste generated; some waste is converted to energy through incineration.
our goal: Reduction of virgin materials as a percentage of packaging weight. Good news! We have a new Packaging Engineer that joined Tom's of Maine this year. He's helping us find new sustainable ideas and going to help us set a new goal. Stay tuned!
our goal: Transform 100% of our corporate philanthropy to consumers and employee teams. We give back 10% of our profits to the community. In 2015, even more of where that donation went was determined by you via our 50 States for Good program. Thanks for helping us make a difference!
our goal: We're always looking at ways to help our team maintain and improve their health through our year-round wellness initiatives. Here we track the percentage of employees who participate in these programs.
our goal: Continually mobilize and empower more employees to use the 5% Volunteer Benefit (12 full days per year). Tom's of Maine holds a company-wide annual volunteer day each summer in which we have 90% participation. However, we're working to get employees to volunteer more often year-round!
our goal: Reduce carbon emissions from transportation of our finished products (in kilograms of CO2 per ton shipped). This is an increase from 2013 because of the delivery logistics to more outlets on the West Coast. We use rail to get most product across the country, but we still need trucks for some shipments. We're on it, though, and working on a plan to fix it to meet our goal.
our goal: Reduce carbon emissions from our Sanford, ME manufacturing facility (in kilograms of CO2 per ton produced).
1 Results are through December 2015. Some of our 2020 goals were too ambitious, some weren't ambitious enough. We have adjusted them accordingly.