Carbon Footprint Reduction

Today, we are already experiencing the effects of climate change. The international consensus is not about stopping climate change anymore but about limiting climate change. To reach this target it is necessary to reduce greenhouse gas emissions around the globe, and among these, CO2 emissions.

What Is It?

The carbon footprint of a product is defined as respectively the total emission of greenhouse gases linked to a product, across its life cycle, from the production of raw material (packaging and product itself) to its end of life.

Our Commitment

Volvic has itself ambitious objectives in terms of carbon footprint reduction :

- Reduction of about 40% of its carbon footprint between 2008 and 2011 thanks to strong efforts on the two main activities contributing to carbon footprint : packaging and distribution