Sustainability deals with global and regional issues concerning the environment, the economy and social responsibility. Our Sustainability Strategy covers three pillars, ecology, emissions and social. Ambitious sustainability targets are included in our long term strategic planning. Our aim is to reduce any negative environmental impact whilst remaining economically sustainable and socially responsible. We are a leading supplier of inherently sustainable packaging.
Metal is a permanent material and is therefore infinitely recyclable without any loss of properties. As part of functional engagements with our customers, our team addresses key sustainability challenges such as climate change, water stewardship and responsible sourcing. Below, please find our latest sustainability news along with our 2019 and 2020 Sustainability Reports as part of Ardagh Group.
e.g. ISO 14001
Health & Safety
e.g. ISO 45001
e.g. ISO 50001
Quality and Food Safety
e.g. ISO 22000 / FSSC 22000
Water treatment programme in Brazil
15 Jun 2022
In 2020, the Carbon Disclosure Project awarded Ardagh its Leadership Class ratings for sustainability performance, including an A- for water management – this is within the highest category rating.
AMP to extend La Ciotat facility
07 Jun 2022
Ardagh Metal Packaging (AMP) is making a significant investment in the expansion of its production facility at La Ciotat, France. The new expenditure, supported by Bpifrance and Sud Attractivité, responds to an increased demand for beverage cans from a diverse mix new and existing customers for long-term partnerships in the regions of Southwestern Europe and Middle East Africa (MEA), and will significantly strengthen AMP’s position in those geographies.
Pricing of Senior Secured Green Bond
02 Jun 2022
Ardagh Metal Packaging S.A. (“AMP”) (NYSE:AMBP) has today priced an offering of $600 million 6% Senior Secured Green Notes due 2027 (the “Notes”) issued at par.
Enzesfeld solar power
18 May 2022
In the Emissions pillar of our Sustainability Strategy, one of our targets is to transition to 100% renewable electricity. This will in turn contribute significantly to a reduction in emissions as outlined in our 2030 targets. In fact, by the end of 2020, 18% of our production facilities had already transitioned to using renewable energy.
Partnering with CMI to improve recycling
27 Apr 2022
In 2020, AMP - North America and the Can Manufacturers Institute noticed the declining beverage can recycling rates in North America. AMP - NA and CMI joined forces to address the need to recover used beverage cans, creating the Can Capture Grant Programme - a grant scheme that funds material recovery facilities.