Kimberly-Clark Professional™ Greenovation Awards: Leading Sustainability & Waste Reduction

Kimberly-Clark Professional™ Unveils 2024 Greenovation Awards Kimberly-Clark Professional™ has revealed the recipients of the 2024 Greenovation Awards, celebrating 56 companies leading the charge in sustainability and waste reduction. These companies have collectively diverted 419,689 pounds of used personal protective equipment (PPE) from landfills in 2023 through The RightCycle™ Program.

Established in 2013, the Greenovation Awards commend businesses for their waste diversion efforts annually. Notable awardees this year, running recycling collection sites, include:

  • Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals
  • Catalent – Madison, WI
  • Cook Medical
  • Integrated DNA Technologies
  • The Jackson Laboratory
  • MillaporeSigma
  • Orca Bio
  • Pall Corporation
  • Pfizer – Cambridge, MA
  • Promega Corporation
  • Purdue University
  • Department of Chemistry at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • W L Gore & Associates

Since its inception in 2011, The RightCycle Program has diverted over 5.5 million pounds of PPE waste from landfills. This initiative empowers Kimberly-Clark Professional’s customers to meet their sustainability goals, with data validated by trusted third-party sources.

Brian Hoffmire, environmental health and safety manager at Pall Corporation, expressed appreciation: “Partnering with Kimberly-Clark has helped us to maintain that commitment and achieve our sustainability goals.”

Corey Meek, corporate responsibility program manager of Promega Corporation, highlighted the program’s ease of use: “The RightCycle Program has made it easy for Promega to expand our ongoing sustainable practices.”

Ashley Davis, global sustainability manager at Kimberly-Clark Professional, lauded customers’ sustainability leadership and expressed continued support for their endeavors.

While transitioning from The RightCycle Program, Kimberly-Clark Professional remains committed to sustainability, focusing on new recycling programs as part of its global goal to reduce its environmental footprint by 50% by 2030.

For further information, visit The RightCycle Program website.

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