Paper company Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA) has made available its 2011 Sustainability Report (undated), the highlights of which include:
- a "[n]ew lime kiln at Östrand pulp mill in Sweden [which will reduce] carbon dioxide emissions from [fossil] fuels by 80%";
- a "[t]raining campaign for SCA's Code of Conduct for all 44,000 employees across the globe"; and
- a "[n]ew supplier standard implemented in hygiene operation".
SCA has also launched new sustainability targets. These include:
- "[tripling] production of biofuels from SCA's forests by 2020";
- "[i]ncreas[ing] wind power production on SCA forest land to 5 [terrawatt-hour] by 2020";
- "[setting] aside at least 5% of SCA's productive forestland from forestry in the ecological landscape plans and a further 5% for nature conservation purposes";
- "decreas[ing] the accident frequency rate by 25% between 2011 and 2016"; and
- "mak[ing] SCA's hygiene knowledge base available to customers and consumers and ensure access to affordable, sustainable hygiene solutions".
SCA's media release (14 March 2012)