Environmental Sustainability


At Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Canada Dry Mott’s, we know that environmental stewardship is an integral part of operating a company that will be successful in the long term. We have invested heavily over the last several years to align and integrate our operations to serve our customers and consumers better while reducing the environmental impact of our value stream.

To ensure the strength and efficacy of our environmental guidelines, policies, and controls, we have established an environmental management system (EMS) within our manufacturing operations as part of our overarching environmental, health, and safety (EHS) function. Our EMS follows a plan-do-check-act (PDCA) cycle, providing a road map for how we address the immediate and long-term effects of our operations on the environment.

Using the Bloomberg BNA audit tool to measure our performance against federal, state, and local regulations, as well as gap analyses conducted by our EHS team at each of our sites every two years, we’ve established a consistent approach to how we allocate resources, assign responsibilities, and evaluate our practices, procedures, and processes to reduce our environmental footprint.

For the third consecutive year, we have turned to Trucost to provide third-party assurance of our greenhouse gas and water consumption data. With its support, we have the confidence in our metrics to continue moving forward. Read the  2015 Corporate Social Responsibility Report to see how we have performed against our goals.