Protecting and Preserving What Matters Most

At Coca-Cola Consolidated, we’re championing industry-leading sustainability solutions and best practices that put our planet first. We’ve prioritized our efforts into three main focus areas that use innovative techniques to reduce waste, conserve water and energy, and build toward a more sustainable future.

Package Recycling

Our bottles and cans are made to be remade. We aim to lead the beverage industry with innovative ways to recover what we produce through our Refresh. Recycle. Renew. Program. That includes aspiring to make 100% of our packaging recyclable or renewably sourced, and partnering with customers and communities to create circular economies by increasing the collection and reuse of packaging.

Climate Protection

We aim to protect the communities we refresh by reducing emissions and energy use. Our innovative bottling, warehouse automation, and LED lighting is helping us lower our manufacturing energy intensity ratio by 20% by 2028. Today, 100% of our manufacturing facilities convert waste to energy with technology that minimizes landfill usage. We’re also actively reducing materials and emissions by lightweighting our plastic bottles and caps.

Water Leadership

Water is the main ingredient in every beverage we bottle. We aim to protect every drop by implementing water efficiency measures at 100% of our manufacturing facilities, stewarding rainwater collection and exploring future uses, and cleaning waterways in the communities we serve.

Sustainability News

Coca-Cola Consolidated Fosters Sustainability and Empowers Future Leaders at RBC Heritage

May 14, 2024|Company News, Sustainability|

Coca-Cola Consolidated was honored to partner with the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing as the official non-alcoholic beverage provider for the 56th tournament. The Consolidated team also unveiled exciting new community sustainability and workforce readiness initiatives in partnership with Coca-Cola and the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island.

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