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Spectrum Brands Holdings Joins The Sustainability Consortium

The company will work to create more sustainable products for a more sustainable planet.

Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc. has joined The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) as a member, working to create more sustainable products for a more sustainable planet. TSC translates the best sustainability science into business tools that are used all over the world to create more sustainable consumer products.

Spectrum Brands is a global consumer products company offering a portfolio of leading brands that provide superior value to consumers and customers every day. It combines origin and destination logistics solutions with transportation services across all modes and regions of the world. The company will focus its work on identifying environmental and social issues in its product supply chains, reducing its carbon footprint, improving water efficiency and developing an outreach program to positively affect the people in all communities where Spectrum Brands operates.

“TSC is proud to welcome Spectrum Brands as a member, joining our other TSC members in the collective effort toward creating more sustainable products for a sustainable planet,” said Euan Murray, chief executive of TSC, in a statement. “Spectrum Brands’ portfolio of products and leading brands, along with its global reach, lets us expand our work exponentially. The company’s membership and efforts are invaluable to our mission.”

Spectrum Brands regularly responds to the Walmart Sustainability Index, which is powered by TSC metrics and methodology. Because of the Index’s impact on measuring its sustainability progress, Spectrum Brands joined TSC to grow existing strategies and further leverage the tools, resources and opportunities available only to members of the Consortium.

“We look forward to partnering with the Consortium,” said Daniel Hutter, chief sustainability officer for Spectrum Brands, in a statement. “Their experience and knowledge will be invaluable as we advance our sustainability initiatives.”

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