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Championing sustainability


away from home Tork manufacturer Essity has unveiled a new Sustainable Life Away from Home strategy, to help customers reduce their environmental footprint both at work and in public.


Nathan Titheridge, Essity’s Commercial Director, said: “Sustainability makes sense from every angle. More than 73% of millennials and 66% of consumers in general say they would willingly pay more for sustainable goods and services (Nielsen Global Sustainability Report, 2015).


“Meanwhile, a recent Harvard study showed that staff satisfaction increased by 55% when employees worked in a company with a strong sustainability programme. And 67% of companies globally believe sustainability strategies to be necessary in order to stay competitive.”


Through the new Sustainable Life Away from Home strategy, Essity will share insights into the impact of sustainable business practices on people’s lives where they work, dine and travel as well as in the home.


Nathan continued: “Reducing environmental impact in the form of waste and carbon emissions is a key concern for all businesses today – regardless of sector, size or location. We at Essity provide solutions that reduce waste and carbon emissions without compromising on quality.”


Tork’s Sustainable Life Away from Home strategy is focused around Wellbeing, More from Less, and Circularity.


Essity helps to improve wellbeing in the workplace by developing solutions that make facility management less stressful and physically demanding. Examples include the introduction of ergonomic packaging and data-driven cleaning systems. The company aims to ensure that 60% of its innovations are people-centric by 2030.


The Tork ‘more from less' policy is about supporting sustainable consumption, ensuring all Tork dispensers are designed to naturally reduce overuse and waste by giving out one sheet of paper or shot of soap at a time.


And an example of the company’s Circularity policy is Tork PaperCircle, which takes customers’ used paper towels to local recycling facilities and turns them into products such as toilet tissue and hand towels. This reduces the customer’s carbon footprint for hand towels by 40% and is in operation in Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands, with plans for a wider rollout over the next few years.


Nathan added: “Tork has long been a forerunner in sustainability in the professional hygiene sector. With innovations that allow end-customers to reduce consumption, cut carbon emissions and minimise waste, Tork also helps businesses and partners to reach their own sustainability targets.”


www.tork.co.uk www.tork.co.uk/about/sustainability


Vectair North America gains new VP of


Business Development Mike Tofari has joined Vectair Systems Inc. as Vice President of Business Development for North America.


Mike’s core responsibilities will be focusing on and growing the US business through identifying new OEM and National Private Brand


Opportunities, as well as identifying and securing Key End User Accounts.


Chad Davis, Executive Vice President, Vectair Systems, said: “Mike Tofari has recently joined our business as our VP of Business Development for North America. I am truly excited to have him in this role and look forward to working with him and teaching him the Vectair way as he continues to grow our US Business.


“Mike’s core responsibilities will be focusing on and growing our House Account Business, through identifying new OEM and National Private Brand Opportunities, as well even as identifying and securing Key End User Accounts.”


www.vectairsystems.com/us


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