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Reducing, replacing and recycling our packaging

Reducing, replacing and recycling our packaging

When we make decisions on packaging, our top priorities are your safety, hygiene and convenience, as well as your concerns about sustainability.  

By 2025, we’re aiming for:

%
recyclable packaging
%
of our packaging materials to be renewable or recycled
%
post-consumer recycled plastic content in our plastic packaging
Reducing unnecessary packaging

Reducing unnecessary packaging

We’re committed to a reduce-replace-recycle attitude to packaging. This starts with reduce: cutting down the amount of packaging material used for our products. It’s a simple, material-efficient solution that delivers more of the product with less packaging overall. 

What can you do? 
Find out what ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ means, and how you can apply it to your daily life. 

Recyclable packaging

Recyclable packaging

We are passionate about helping to increase the amount of packaging that is recycled. 

Did you know?
Plastic packaging in the UK can be recycled at some supermarkets with recycling facilities or collected by local authorities. 

In ROI, plastic packaging can be dropped to local collection points. 

Use links below to locate your nearest recycling facility. 
UK: Recycle More Collection
ROI: Repak collection 

Did you know?

Did you know?

Cushelle’s goal in 2020 is to reduce pack film thickness and remove handles from our packaging to save 50 tonnes of plastic a year* 

Since 2016, Cushelle has saved 400 tonnes of cardboard tubes** 

*Primary film savings 2020
**Cardboard tube savings since 2016

Other facts

Responsibly sourced fibres 

We’re focused on making caring, innovative and more sustainable products.

25% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from our energy use by 2030

Reducing the carbon footprint of our products is central to our sustainability strategy.