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Planet Aware

A commitment to preserving and improving the natural environment by focusing on a long-term view of what is needed to thrive for the next 100 years and beyond.

Status Toward 2020 Goals

Goals and reductions are indexed to revenue over 2015 levels.


…We consciously invest in building our global collaboration platform between our internal teams, customers and vendors as we know the synergies gained will have long lasting benefits that focus on the sustainability for our business and environment.

– Brady Musson, Director, Logistics

Conserving Water

From collecting rainwater for cleaning and irrigating plants in Australia to low-flow faucets and toilets in California and Wisconsin, conserving water is an integral part of how Promega functions. In the last year, water usage decreased by 7% as indexed to revenue. 

Reducing Packaging Materials

We continually evaluate the sustainability of our packaging, and search for innovative ways to reduce packaging, use environmentally friendly materials, and design for recycling or reuse while maintaining product protection and quality. Our environmentally conscious efforts include switching to smaller shipping boxes to use less materials, changing to unbleached shipping boxes with sustainably harvested materials and using biodegradable and recyclable air pouches that protect our products. In addition, we have implemented designs that that minimize package air space and incorporate better insulating materials, efforts that reduced both shipment weight and the amount of dry ice.