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Coca Cola vs Pepsi

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Erin Guo

on 24 September 2012

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Reduce Recover Reuse Carbon Footprinting & Life Cycle Analysis Carbon Footprint "The total set of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by an organisation, event, product or person" Carbon Footprint of Coca Cola Carbon Footprint of Pepsi Is carbon footprint the same as ecological footprint? - Case Study of The Coca-Cola Company and Pepsi Co Life Cycle Assessment “LCA is a consulting based model that can be used to evaluate the resource usage and environmental effects of all the stages of a product, process or activity, to aid environmental decision making” Team: Persian Leopard The General Life Cycle of a Product LCA methodology (1) INVENTORY (2) IMPACT ASSESSMENT (3) IMPROVEMENT ASSESSMENT GOAL DEFINITION & SCOPE The Coca Cola Company vs PepsiCo: Visions and Strategies The Coca Cola Company vs PepsiCo : Commitment towards Sustainability Material Acquisition Packaging Manufacturing Distribution Recycling Members: Benjamin Lim
Choo Lee Ling
Erin Guo
Jeelene Ker
Lua Lee E
Ng Shi Mian Kelly Conclusion The Coca-Cola Company A concept that originated from ecological footprint, but much more specific
Powering fleet with a mix of efficient fuels

Largest hybrid electric fleet in North America

Safe and Eco-Driving Program Pepsico New heat and power plant manufacturing facility in Ireland
17% lower CO2 emissions due to heat and power co-generation http://www.digivans.com/case-4.php Coca Cola Pepsico Hydrogen-injected trucks
Reduced nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbon emissions

Hybrid-electric delivery vehicles
Vehicles run on natural gas
Increased fuel economy and reduced carbon emissions Goal to improve global manufacturing operations water-use efficiency by 20%
Improvements in water-use efficiency:
Foods manufacturing: 18.7%
beverage manufacturing: 17.8% Coca Cola Bottle Chronology committed to using local resources What is Coca-Cola made of? Sugar Water "Achieving 'Zero Waste'" Vending Coca-cola
The refrigeration equipment constitutes the largest component of climate footprint.

Purchase of over 2,000 HFC-free coolers in 2011
Energy saving device (EMS)
Energy efficient LED lights Pepsi

Green machines use 5.08 kilowatt-hours of energy per day

Emit about 12 % less greenhouse gas. Partnership with Carbon Trust: one of the leading companies to pilot the Carbon Trust carbon footprinting methodology

Carbon Trust has now licensed its Footprint Expert tool to Coca-Cola.

2011: used the tool to repeat carbon footprinting of 14 products, and extending it to 36 more

reseach into personal carbon
allowance Carbon Reduction Efforts: pilot program to test 2 alternative fertilizers
Funding and Research into agricultural practices
first to establish a formal sustainable agriculture policy that guides growing practices across the business and supply chain globally Lightweighting

Reduced aluminium & plastic in packaging by 33% globally Global Package Recovery initiatives

Singapore Package Agreement

RecycleBank (USA) Invest in PET recycling plants

Uses recycled content PET in 17 markets Coca Cola Pepsico The Coca cola company failed to mention any efforts to reduce emissions in LDCs http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com/ourcompany/bottlersites.html Technique of cleaning Gatorade bottles using purified air instead of water
Technique extended to bottling plants all over the world Packaging accounts for 48% of our carbon footprint

Fully recyclable PET bottle 30% plant-made

Distributed 10 billion PlantBottle packages in 22 countries

Eliminated almost 100,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions

Coke’s Odwalla juice plastic bottle already uses all plant-based material Energy use:
minor operational cost ----> major environmental focus Change in attitude Emission reduction Ambiguity? Limitations Majority of The coca cola Company's 275 bottling partners are not owned or controlled by the coca cola company
Difficulty to impose and enforce any environmental regulations Reduced weight of PET bottles for sparkling beverages from 44.0g to 41.7g for 1.5L bottle in 2011

Reduced 86 metric tons plastic packaging material annually

3-time winner of the 3R Packaging Awards

Looks, feels and recycles exactly the same as a 'traditional' plastic bottle In Singapore... World’s first bottle of PET, 100% plant-based material

Reduce carbon emissions by 25% and packaging weight by 350 million pounds

SunChips 100% compostable and renewable bag

Complete control over sourcing the bio-materials from its own agricultural byproducts Goal of reducing emissions from manufacturing by 5% (Dvlped countries)
In 2010, emissions were reduced by 6% compared to base year level The Battle... Who wins? Coca-Cola dependence on bottling partners

Eco-friendly bottles for millions of consumers in more than 20 markets

PepsiCo shows a promising willingness to share its 100% plant-based breakthrough

Share a common stance that improving environmental performance is not at the expense of the customer's experience Coca Cola PepsiCo. Water Stewardship The Coca-Cola Company 39% overall facilities reuse water before/after treatment or use collected rainwater Achieved 96% alignment with goal set to return to the environment treated water that is able to support aquatic life PepsiCo. Winner of the 2012 Stockholm Industry Water Award at the World Water Week Improved its global water efficiency by 20% per unit of production

Achieved water goal 4 years ahead of schedule Dream Machine Recycling initiative Waste to wealth:
Exnora/PepsiCo Zero Waste Management Program (India) Comparison PepsiCo. has a more extensive scope

Benefits communities The Coca-Cola Company brands its recycling efforts better

Both corporations show keen interest in constantly improving in their recycling efforts water usage in the cultivation of sugar beet CO2 PepsiCo- Tropicana Orange results of a LCA study: largest source of carbon emissions comes from the growing process
35% of carbon footprint derives from fertilizer use Coke vs pepsi Coca Cola brands their effort better..BUT

PepsiCo has the substance and looks out for its stakeholders.. Using LCA as a guide.. PepsiCo WINS! Pepsi has better achieved their Vision and... ..Sustainability Commitments within shorter period of time than Coca Cola. Ultimately,

BOTH corporations working together will
produce better results

Common Goal: Environmental Sustainability Not much variation too! TIPSY CHALLENGE sugar
using local resources
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