Waste

Our Santa Rosa facility beneficially uses 99.9% of its waste

22 April 2021
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Santa Rosa farmers
‘Waste not want not’ is the mantra of every sustainability-minded business. When we set out our target of beneficially using 100% of our waste by 2030, with an ambition to reach 75% by 2025, we knew we’d need to work hard to find the right partners to help put waste from our operation to good use.

Tate & Lyle exceeds its 2020 environmental targets

22 April 2021
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Loudon Tennessee Cogen
Tate & Lyle reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 25% and waste to landfill by 37% over the last twelve years, and is now working towards ambitious new 2030 targets. 22 April 2021, London, UK: Tate & Lyle PLC (Tate & Lyle), a leading global food and beverage ingredient supplier, is pleased to announce...

How we’re approaching Zero Waste

19 April 2021
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Aerial shot of Sagamore plant
"Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else." Our teams around the globe have been working hard to eliminate waste from our operations while also seeking means to sustainably and beneficially use materials that no longer have value to us, but can...

Animal nutrition product recognised for low CO2 footprint by Dutch dairy body

22 October 2020
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Field of cows in front of a golden sunset
Tate & Lyle’s animal nutrition product CORNGOLD® Corn Gluten Feed has been recognised by the Dutch Dairy and Feed industry body as a product with a low CO2 footprint. For this reason, the product is now also of interest to local farmers partaking in the ‘Planet Proof’ project, an independent quality...

How we’re upcycling food waste into new proteins and ingredients

26 June 2020
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Proenrich tomato residue
How can we put olive, tomato, citrus fruit and rapeseed meal residue to good use? Our Application & Technical Service Centre in Mold, North Wales, UK, is on a three-year journey with Bangor University collaborating on a project to make practical use of leftover food waste.