VALSER is the first, and so far only, beverage company in the world to use carbon dioxide from the air, thereby supporting a groundbreaking technology in the fight against climate change. The pioneering project is having an impact and drawing media from Switzerland and abroad to the mountain town of Vals: Just recently, Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS) and CNN International paid a visit to see how CO2 from the air ends up in a VALSER bottle.
Coca‑Cola HBC Switzerland starts to operate the country's largest biogas vehicle fleet. By changing its vehicle fleet to CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), the company achieves once more a significant reduction of its carbon footprint.
In a new video series, we are featuring Coca‑Cola Switzerland employees who show how they are championing topics in their day-to-day work that are also important to our society. In this episode, Dominik, packaging specialist at Coca‑Cola Switzerland, takes a close-up look at various forms of packaging and explains why a well-functioning recycling system is crucial.
Valser Mineralquellen has been re-certified by Swiss Climate. VALSER produces and markets all of its beverages on a climate-neutral basis. But what does that actually mean?
September 2019 – The Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2019 (DJSI) awarded Coca‑Cola HBC as Europe's most sustainable beverage company. On a global level, the company climbed from third to second place – also thanks to the exemplary production in Switzerland.
VALSER is the first Swiss mineral water to launch PET bottles made from 100% recycled material. The recycled PET originates uniquely from the Swiss market.
Less energy, lower CO2 emissions, reduced water consumption: The 2018 sustainability report presents these and other facts about our business activities.
We work with our suppliers – usually locally based – and the Coca‑Cola HBC Group to decrease the negative impact of the supply chain.