Bombardier has been recognized as SAM Sector Mover and SAM Gold Class in this year’s SAM. Sustainability Yearbook for 2012. As Sector Mover, the Canadian-based manufacturer of commercial aircraft and rail transportation equipment, systems, and services ranks within the top 15 percent of its sector, Aerospace and Defense. The SAM Gold Class award ranks the company in the top one percent of the Sector Leader’s score. Sustainable Asset Management, SAM, provides benchmark indicators of sustainability, and has been ranking the sustainability performance of 2,000 corporations yearly since 1999. The awards follow Bombardier’s fifth consecutive listing on the both the Dow Jones Sustainabiity World and the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Indexes.
NextLife and Schick have launched the new Schick Xtreme3 Eco razor, which features packaging and handles made from post-consumer recycled material. The use of NextLife Sustainable Resin will save 100,000 pounds of virgin plastic materials from landfills and save the energy equivalent of 28,000 gallons of gasoline. NextLife Resins are made from post-consumer plastic waste collected from a variety of sources and discarded products that would be otherwise sent to landfills where it takes decades to degrade.
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