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Create a bright future for our employees, our customers, and the communities.

For more than 150 years, we have shown our commitment to using natural resources efficiently, to supporting the health, wellness and safety of our employees, to providing quality products and services to our customers and to giving back to the communities in which we live and work.

At RRD, our corporate responsibility shows not just in words, but also in our actions each day. Our commitment to creating a better world has been part of our work for 150+ years and will continue to be the foundation of all we do for many years to come.

Our alternative energy sources and reductions have eliminated co2 emissions equivalent to the following in 2022:

Our Progress

Our alternative energy sources and reductions have eliminated co2 emissions equivalent to the following in 2022:

  • CO2 emissions from 880,564 gallons of gasoline
  • GHG emissions from 1,686 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • GHG emissions avoided by 387 garbage trucks of waste recycled instead of landfilled
  • Carbon sequestered by 129,396 tree seedlings grown

* From the GHG Equivalencies Calculator

Areas of Focus

To publish more sustainably, we’re collaborating with our industry colleagues and partners across the supply chain to craft greener products and offer more eco-friendly solutions, and tackle issues that we care about deeply, such as climate change, plastic pollution and inequality.

Sustainability Matters!

At RRD, Sustainability & Responsibility is not considered an extra initiative. We take actions not only because we must, but also because we care. As we know, sustainability is becoming a global consensus.

UK Plastic Packaging Tax

Plastic Packaging Tax (PPT) came into force in the UK on 1 April 2022. If you have manufactured or imported 10 or more tonnes of plastic packaging annually that does not contain at least 30% recycled plastic, you may need to register for the tax. The tax rate is £210.82 per tonne (2023 tax year rate) and increases to £217.85 per tonne from 1 April 2024.

Spanish Plastic Packaging Tax

Spain approved the tax on non-reusable plastic packaging, which entered into force on 1 January 2023. It applies to natural or legal persons for the manufacture, import or intra-community acquisition of non-reusable plastic containers to be used in the Spanish market and the rate is EUR 0.45 per kilogram of non-recycled plastic.

UK Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)

The Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Packaging Scheme, is a UK-wide policy that encourages companies to adopt more sustainable practices. EPR is making packaging producers responsible for the total cost of dealing with the waste they produce from when it is placed packaging onto the market to the end of its life. Obligated organizations are required to report EPR packaging data from 2023 with financial obligations coming into force in 2025 for ‘Large organizations.

French Regulation on Mineral Oil

In 2020, France published Decree No. 2020-105 on the ‘Fight Against Waste and the Circular Economy’. The law bans two mineral oil substances (MOAH and MOSH) in printing inks. It applies to packaging, advertising letters and unsolicited catalogs until January 1, 2025.  After January 1, 2025, it applies to all printed materials. So far, it does not apply to printed books, however we need to address this and get mineral oils below 0.1% by January 1, 2025.

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