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  • Groundbreaking Innovations in Packaging Recovery: a Henkel case study

    Mark Mikol Sustainability Summit, September 14, 2011

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 2

    1. Henkels response to the sustainability challenge

    2. Leading with Eco-innovation in our products and supply chains

    3. Package and adhesive product examples and opportunities

    Contents

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 3

    Operates worldwide with leading brands and technologies in

    Cosmetics/Toiletries Laundry & Home CareAdhesive Technologies

    Henkel

    Employees: 48,000 Revenue: $19.5 billion**KP exchange rate from Euros is 1.3.

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 4

    Henkel consumer product brands in North America

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 5

    Sustainability: a long-term commitment at Henkel

    20111972

    German Best Sustainability Brand Award

    WalmartSustainability Award

    Frost & Sullivan Green Excellence of the Year Award

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 6

    Henkels response: a holistic approach

    People, Planet, Profit

    Triple Bottle Line

    + Sustainability

    along the Value Chain

    ___________________

    = Holistic approach

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 7

    Clear commitments for the futureFocal Areas and Targets for 2012

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 8

    Henkel is calling for collective action to boost the sustainability of our business activities by a factor of 3 for 2030*

    Henkel promotes more sustainable consumption

    * Henkel Chairman Kasper Rorsted's presentation in Montreux to detergent industry (October 6, 2010)http://www.henkel.com/com/content_data/193659_Rorsted_Montreux_20101006g.pdf

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 9

    Commit to eco-innovation in our products and supply chains

    Strengthen sustainability partnerships with stakeholders in our business value chain

    Enhance employee and community engagement through our EcommitmentTMprogram

    Our prioritized action in North America

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 10

    Eco-innovation Find opportunities for all new products to contribute to at

    least one Henkel sustainability focal area Integration into Henkel INNOGATE process

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 11

    Eco-innovationIdentify and optimize all key aspects of our supply chains

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 12

    Smarter packaging Eco-efficient product packaging designed to reduce, reuse and

    recycle throughout our supply chains

    Retail Ready for shelf display Simplifies customers logistics Reduces placard, corrugate,

    and plastic wastes.

    *40oz Pouch vs. 40oz Bottled Refill

    67% less plastic Less energy to produce 85% reduction in transportation

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 13

    Dial 20 bar pack - retail ready packaging for club

    New 20 bar pack is retail ready for shelf displays, simplifies our customers logistics, and reduces the amount of placard, corrugate, and plastic waste.

    When a single Club account purchases the new 20 bar soap pack, we will: Save more than 187,000 lbs of paper waste / year

    (equivalent to 1,300 trees) Save more than 1.7 million gallons of water Save more than 35,000 gallons of oil

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 14

    Purex Complete 3-in-1 Laundry Sheets: less is moreCompare with a double concentrated liquid laundry detergent (2x): Detergent, softener, anti-static in one product More concentrated with less water (10x) Significantly less weight, plastic and transportation

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 15

    Ultra Purex Natural Elements Concentrated (2x) natural-based laundry detergent

    95% naturally-sourced ingredients 1st mainstream brand with DfE designation

    from EPA February 2008

    53% less packaging overall (vs. 1x) Contains more than 25% recycled resin Uses 54% less plastic Uses 58% less corrugate

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 16

    Mirafoil - labels with metallic visual effect

    A UV-curable, printable coating on paper board for cartons and packages to provide metallic visual effect.

    Enhances the brilliance of printed surfaces equally and at competitive cost when compared with metalized polyester or foil lamination.

    More sustainable than polyester or foil lamination Recyclables Mirafoil coated boards can be re-pulped.Less carbon footprint eliminate freight from foil laminator

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 17

    A bundled offering that includes: Low temperature applied adhesive Adhesive dispensing equipment (tank,

    hoses, heads) Packaging line that seals top and

    bottom No capital expenditure required, and

    wheel-in / wheel-out typically in 1 hour

    Wal-Mart gapped the flaps on their Great Value cereal cases

  • September 21, 2011 Mark Mikol - Ground Breaking Innovations in PKG Recovery - a Henkel Case StudySlide 18

    Working together for responsible, sustainable packaging consumption

    Companies must establish the required science along with common goals/metrics in the context of the entire value chain

    Eco-innovation throughout the products life cycle with cooperation of business stakeholders will be a key competitive advantage toensure true improvements in packaging sustainability

    We are all stakeholders for ensuring a sustainable future

  • Thank you!

    Mark Mikol mark.mikol@us.henkel.com

    Henkel Scottsdale, AZ