You know Sponge Pockets, but do you know Kruger Products?
You may not have heard of Kruger Products L.P., but surely you’re familiar with the Sponge Pockets – men dressed in white puffy suits characterizing super absorbent pockets who appear in TV commercials ready to spring into superhero-like action to soak up spilled juice and wipe away dirty paw prints. Kruger Products is the company behind these quirky characters and the SpongeTowels® they represent, as well as other well-known brands including Cashmere®, Purex®, Scotties®, White Swan® and White Cloud®. Kruger Products is Canada’s leading manufacturer of tissue and paper products for household, commercial and industrial use.
Learn more about Kruger Products by visiting their Homebase Page in the TSSS Innovation HUB
Kruger Products’ has a long sustainability legacy. More than sixty years ago, when concern for the environment wasn’t even on most companies’ corporate radar, Kruger Products launched its first reforestation program and quietly helped set a new course for forest management. For Kruger Products, environmental stewardship is about identifying needs, seeing opportunities, and doing the right thing for business, for people and for the planet.
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By Megan Wallingford and Anastasia Ostapchuk of GCNC
Canadian companies identify 5 takeaways from the Global Compact Network Canada Reporting Peer-Review Program.
This July, eight Canadian companies successfully completed the inaugural Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC) Reporting Peer Review Program. We are delighted to announce that the winners of the first Canadian Peer-Choice Reporting Award are Teck Resources (Group 1) and BMO, Enbridge (tied for first place in Group 2)!
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Innovation is simply looking at a problem in a new way. A French supermarket chain shows us a new way to think about an old problem with regards to food waste. Introducing ” the “Inglorious Fruits and Vegetables” The biggest problem was being sold out – 1.2 tonnes of sales per store in the first two days.