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As a global company providing products and services to hundreds of millions of people every day, we can make a real impact when it comes to people and the environment.

Through our sustainability platforms – Well-being, More From Less, and Circularity – we are able to create true value for and together with our customers, partners and the society. While each of Essity’s brands have their own purpose, we all work together to achieve Essity’s sustainability ambitions.

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More From Less

Our ambition is clear: we aim to innovate new and better solutions with 33% less environmental footprint.

Read more about how we contribute to making More from Less
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Circularity

Essity's ambition is to develop products and services for a circular society.

Learn more about our ambition for Circularity and after-use
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Well-being

Our aim is to improve the well-being of 2 billion people every day by 2030.

Learn more about how we contribute to improved well-being
"Hygiene and health are necessities for a better life. Our products and services play an essential role in improving well-being around the world"
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Case: Essity targeting zero waste

By the end of 2018, we achieved a recovery rate of 60%

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Case: Reducing the carbon footprint of feminine care pads

14% reduction in carbon footprint since 2008.

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Case: Educating the world on hygiene and health

In 2018, Essity provided training in hygiene and health to about 2.5 million children, parents, relatives and caregivers globally.

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Life Cycle Assessment

A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a way to assess environmental impacts associated with all the stages of a product's life – from sourcing, production and user phase to recycling. Product and service designers use this process to enable improvements while reducing environmental impact.