Coca-Cola, a brand of Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co., announced a partnership with Lime, the world’s leading provider of shared electric vehicles, to reward people who are committed to recycling. To celebrate the nationwide availability of Coca-Cola Sip Sized bottles made from 100% recycled plastic material (rPET), not including the bottles’ cap and label, the companies are offering more than 40,000 free bike or e-scooter rides to people who purchase and pledge to recycle their 13.2-ounce 100% rPET Coca-Cola bottles.
Company highlights 2021 releases: smartwater+, Coca-Cola with Coffee, Topo Chico Hard Seltzer
April 20, 2021
Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co. reported first quarter 2021 results and provided an update on progress against its strategic initiatives. “We remain focused on emerging stronger and executing against our growth accelerators during the recovery phase. We are pleased with the progress we are making,” said James Quincey, chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Co., in a statement.
The Coca-Cola Co. is showing its dedication to a sustainable future and protecting the planet through its World Without Waste initiative, which launched in 2018. Most recently, the company announced the launch of a 100 percent recycled PET bottle.
13.2-ounce bottles to debut this month in California, Florida and select Northeast states
February 10, 2021
The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, announced that Coca-Cola Trademark brands (Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero Sugar, Coca-Cola Flavors) will debut a 13.2-ounce bottle made from 100 percent recycled PET (rPET) plastic this month in California, Florida and select states in the Northeast, with other sparkling beverage brands following this summer.
Initial projects of Every Bottle Back aid Texas, Oklahoma and Wisconsin recycling infrastructure
October 29, 2020
The American Beverage Association (ABA), Washington, D.C., announced that the effort by America’s leading beverage companies to boost the recycling of plastic bottles saw the initiation of modernization projects in Texas, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. These projects will help more than 349,000 households recycle nearly 38 million new pounds of PET plastic over 10 years for remaking into new bottles, it adds.