To SBTi Reduction Target and Beyond
As the first glass packaging company to obtain an approved Science-Based Targets initiative GHG emissions reduction goal (established based on 2-degree pathway), our journey to a lower-carbon future begins with working to achieve our 2030 target to reduce GHG emissions by 25%. Between now and 2030, our strategy to attain that goal involves four key levers: increasing recycled content, sourcing renewable energy, energy reduction & efficiency, gas-oxy advancement technology.
Beyond 2030: Journey to Net Zero
Like many other industries that depend on heat for manufacturing processes, our path to net-zero involves incorporating lower-carbon fuels—as they become commercially available—into our operation. While increased electrification of furnace heat is a bridge to net zero, the main focus of our plan is to combine the existing benefits of our technology, like the on-off capability and colocation potential of our MAGMA innovation, with our work to prepare our melting technologies to use lower carbon fuels.
Sustainability in Action
O-I Glass Named Among ‘America’s Most Responsible Companies 2023’
Newsweek has named O-I Glass to its “America’s Most Responsible Companies 2023” list. The list spotlights 500 leaders in sustainability […]
O-I BJC Malaysia Glass Ambassadors Launch Student Glass Recycling Contest in Johor
O-I BJC Malaysia’s Glass Ambassador Program has launched its first student competition for glass bottle recycling. The program’s goal is […]
New Recycling Hub Launches in Southern Colombia
Our new recycling hub in southern Colombia has officially opened. Strategically located in the city of Yumbo, the facility advances […]
Repeat Glass Launches Recycling Subscription Service in Cleveland
In April 2022, Jamie Arnold launched Repeat Glass, the first glass-only recycling pickup service for homes and businesses in the […]