Facility Transparency

Being “transparent” means that we are clear, honest and open about our environmental programs and performance.

We published our first corporate environmental report in 1993 because we believed, and still do, that transparency is important to our stakeholders.

In 2006, we introduced our Healthy Planet 2010 goals. One of those goals calls for 100 percent of our manufacturing and research and development facilities to provide environmental sustainability information to the public. Currently, 60 percent of facilities have submitted information.