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					PUMA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
 AUSTRALIAN PACKAGING COVENANT
      2010-2015 ACTION PLAN
                         PUMA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
                    AUSTRALIAN PACKAGING COVENANT (APC)
                           2010-2015 ACTION PLAN


CONTENTS


1.   Executive Summary                                                         1
2.   Company Profile                                                           2
     2.1     Puma at a glance                                                  2
     2.2     Environmental Initiatives                                         2
3.   Covenant Contact Officer                                                  5
     3.1     Environmental Task Force                                          5
4.   Schedule for Packaging Reviews                                            7
     4.1     Types of Packaging Used                                           7
     4.2     Timetable for Review                                              7
5.   Action Plan Table                                                         8
     5.1     Introduction                                                       8
     5.2     Design                                                             8
             5.2.1 Covenant Goals                                               8
             5.2.2 Outcome                                                      8
             5.2.3 Key Performance Indicator                                    9
             5.2.4 Current and Planned Actions                                  9
     5.3     Recycling                                                         10
             5.3.1 Covenant Goals                                              10
             5.3.2 Outcome                                                     10
             5.3.3 Key Performance Indicator                                   10
             5.3.4 Current and Planned Actions                                 10
     5.4     Product Stewardship                                               11
             5.4.1 Covenant Goals                                              11
             5.4.2 Outcome                                                     11
             5.4.3 Key Performance Indicator                                   11
             5.4.4 Current and Planned Actions                                 11
     5.5     Action Plan Tables                                                12
Appendices




                       PUMA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD | APC ACTION PLAN | 2010- 2015
 1.     ExECUTIVE SUMMARY

Puma Australia Pty Ltd has been a signatory to the National Packaging Covenant (NPC) since 2007 and has
been invited to become a signatory to the Australian Packaging Covenant (APC), with a requirement to submit
an Action Plan for the period 2010-2015. Puma Australia is a Brand Owner, a member of the packaging supply
chain and as a signatory to the Covenant, will be expected to establish baseline data and develop specific
actions for implementing the commitments under the Covenant.

The purpose of the Action Plan is to show how Puma Australia intends to contribute to the achievement of the
Covenant’s goals and to meet Puma Australia’s obligations under the Covenant. The Three main performance
goals of the Covenant are:

       1. Design - Optimise packaging to use resources efficiently and reduce environmental impact without
          compromising product quality and safety

       2. Recycling - Efficiently collect and recycle packaging

       3. Product Stewardship - Demonstrate commitment of all signatories

Earlier in the year Puma Australia stakeholders met with its third party external
consultant and participated in a workshop to review the requirements of the APC. As part of this review the
stakeholders were taken through a 28 question questionnaire based on APC documentation and attendance at
APC Workshops. The results of this review are documented in the Action Plan and the actions arising from this
review are summarised in the Action Plan Table.

Puma Australia’s parent company, PUMA has been collecting E-KPI’s (Environmental Key Performance
Indicators) from all its offices and stores worldwide for the last five years and identified several key areas that
need to be dealt with in order to further reduce PUMA’s “paw print”. To address these issues, PUMA launched
the next phase of PUMASafe initiatives and long-term sustainability program laying out ambitious targets to be
achieved by 2015.

In order to achieve these targets Puma Australia has established an Environmental Task Force as part of the
PUMA Sustainability Project with the objective of advising upon and facilitating the improvement and expansion
of Puma Australia’s environmental management and sustainable development programs and policies, to
ensure Puma Australia is undertaking and promoting environmental conservation and sustainable resource use
practices. The skills embodied in this Environmental Task Force are being used to establish an APC Team to
drive the APC Action Plan and implement the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines.

Mr. Noel Kelly, Operations Director, is responsible for Puma Australia’s commitment to the Australian Packaging
Covenant. He will report directly to the Managing Director, Mr. Warwick Mitchell on all issues relating to the
Covenant. This Action Plan has been endorsed by Mr. Mitchell.




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2.      COMPANY PROfILE

2.1     PUMA AUSTRALIA AT A GLANCE

PUMA is one of the world’s leading sportlifestyle companies that designs and develops footwear, apparel
and accessories. It is committed to working in ways that contribute to the world by supporting Creativity,
Sustainability and Peace, and by staying true to the principles of being Fair, Honest, Positive and Creative in
decisions made and actions taken.

PUMA starts in Sport and ends in Fashion. Its Sport Performance and Lifestyle labels include categories such
as Football, Running, Motorsports, Golf and Sailing. The PUMA Group owns the brands PUMA, Cobra Golf and
Tretorn. The company, which was founded in 1948, distributes its products in more than 120 countries, employs
more than 9,500 people worldwide and has headquarters in Herzogenaurach/Germany, Boston, London and
Hong Kong.

“Our Mission is to be the most desirable and sustainable sportlifestyle company in the World”.

Puma Australia has been invited to become a signatory to the Australian Packaging Covenant (APC) and is
required to submit an Action Plan for the period 2010-2015. Puma Australia is a Brand Owner, a member of
the packaging supply chain and as a signatory to the Covenant, will be expected to establish baseline data and
develop specific actions for implementing the commitments under the Covenant.

Puma Australia’s head office and main warehouse is situated at 111 Keys Road, Moorabbin, Victoria and its
annual packaging related turnover is $75 - $100 million


2.2     ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES

After more than ten years of successful implementation of its social and environmental standards (PUMASafe),
PUMA launched the next pivotal phase of its ambitious long-term sustainability program on April 13th, 2010 at
the Design Museum in London. By introducing its cutting-edge sustainable packaging and distribution system
by renowned industrial designer Yves Béhar, PUMA set new standards within the retail industry. The new
innovative solution will significantly reduce the amount of waste and CO2 emissions that traditional product
packaging such as shoe-boxes and apparel polyethylene bags generate and underpins PUMA’s target of
reducing carbon, energy, water, and waste by 25%, and developing 50% of its international product collections
in footwear, apparel and accessories according to best practice sustainability standards by 2015.

PUMA has been collecting E-KPI’s (Environmental Key Performance Indicators) from all its offices and stores
worldwide for the last five years and identified several key areas that need to be dealt with in order to further
reduce PUMA’s “paw print”. To address these issues, PUMA launched the next phase of PUMASafe initiatives
and long-term sustainability program laying out ambitious targets to be achieved by 2015. The major objectives
PUMA has set out to achieve in this period include:

• 25% reduction of CO2, energy, water and waste in PUMA offices, stores, warehouses and direct supplier
factories.

• Paperless office policy through a 75% reduction and offsetting initiatives for the remaining paper usage such
as tree planting initiatives.




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• 25% CO2 reduction through more efficient product transport solutions by our logistic partners.

• Begin collaborating with our strategic suppliers and logistic service providers to offset their own footprints in
the long-term.

• Introduction of the PUMA Sustainability-Index (S-Index) standard that serves as a benchmark for sustainable
products and communicates the products’ sustainable features to consumers.

• 50% of PUMA’s international collections will be manufactured according to the PUMA S-Index standard by
2015, using sustainable materials such as organic cotton, Cotton Made in Africa or recycled polyester as well as
applying best practice production processes.

To monitor these objectives PUMA is also establishing an external Advisory Board of experts in sustainability
to consult on PUMA’s mission and audit PUMA’s sustainability program. The introduction of PUMA’s innovative
packaging and distribution system will reduce the paper used for shoeboxes by 65% and carbon emissions by
10,000 tons per year — the remaining packaging materials used will be fully sustainable by 2015.

PUMA partnered with designer Yves Béhar, of San Francisco based fuseproject, to rethink the way the millions
of pairs of shoes that it sells each year are packaged — less packaging means fewer raw materials, less use
of water and energy to produce, and less weight to ship and to be disposed of. Béhar designed a “Clever
Little Bag” to replace the cardboard shoebox with a re-usable shoe bag, that protects each pair of shoes from
damage from the point it leaves the factory until the consumer takes it home — thus generating savings on the
production side due to less material used, reducing weight during transport and eliminating the need for extra
plastic carrier bags.

As a result of the 65% paper reduction through the “Clever Little Bag” concept PUMA will reduce water, energy
and diesel consumption on the manufacturing level by more than 60% per year. In other words: approximately
8,500 tons less paper will be consumed, 20 million Megajoules of electricity saved, 1 million litres less of fuel oil
used and 1 million litres of water saved. During transport 500,000 litres of diesel is saved and lastly, due to the
replacement of traditional shopping bags with the lighter built-in bag the difference in weight can save up to 275
tons of plastic.




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PUMA’s apparel collections will be bagged using sustainable material, replacing traditional polyethylene bags.
This means that 720 tons of polyethylene bags can be avoided per year, which equals a saving of 29 million
plastic bags — enough to cover an area the size of 1000 football pitches. Furthermore, PUMA T-shirts will be
folded one more time to reduce the packaging size and thus saving CO2 emissions and costs during transport.




By switching out current plastic and paper shopping bags in PUMA stores and replacing them with sustainable
biodegradable bags the sportlifestyle company is looking to save another 192 tons of plastic and 293 tons of
paper annually.

The retail launch of the new packaging and distribution system is planned as of the second half of 2011.




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3.       COVENANT CONTACT OffICER

Mr. Noel Kelly, Operations Director, is responsible for Puma Australia’s commitment to the Australian Packaging
Covenant. He will report directly to the Managing Director, Mr. Warwick Mitchell on all issues relating to the
Covenant. This Action Plan has been endorsed by Mr. Mitchell.

Mr. Kelly’s contact details are as follows:

Puma Australia Pty Ltd
111 Keys Road
Moorabbin VIC 3189
Tel: 03 9555 6655
Mob: 0409 166 701
Email: noel.kelly@puma.com

www.puma.com



3.1      OUR APC TEAM

In order to achieve the objectives set out in 2.2 above Puma Australia has established an Environmental
Task Force as part of the PUMA Sustainability Project with the objective of advising upon and facilitating the
improvement and expansion of Puma Australia’s environmental management and sustainable development
programs and policies, to ensure Puma Australia is undertaking and promoting environmental conservation and
sustainable resource use practices.

During 2011 our focus will be on areas where we can achieve the biggest gains. In the longer term our focus
will switch to a more sustained method of achieving gains where more time is needed to investigate / implement
initiatives.

It would seem logical to utilise the skills embodied in the Environmental Task Force to establish an APC Team
to drive the APC Action Plan and implement the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines. The members of the Task
Force are as follows:

 Name:                                Department:           Position:
 Chris Kruber (Chair)                 IT                    IT Infrastructure Manager
 Cash Ryan                            Retail                Retail District Manager
 Brenden Kelly                        Retail                Merchandise & Planner – Factory Outlets
 Shayne Bell                          Sales                 Key Account Manager – Indian Pacific
 Trevor Carter                        Cobra-Puma Golf       Head of Cobra Puma Golf Australasia
 Stephen Domancie                     Sales                 NSW State Manager
 Peter Jackson                        Distribution Center   Warehouse Assistant




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The Environmental Task Force Members will:

•     develop and guide the local implementation of the Puma Global Sustainability Strategy
•     disseminate information and encourage staff participation
•     fortnightly/monthly task force meetings to report on initiative progress, discuss issues and develop new
      initiatives
•     identify new opportunities for the program
•     set targets, plan, communicate and provide support for department staff
•     provide strategy updates at committee/team/department meetings
•     perform environmental audits and performance reviews
•     organise environmental events
•     collect feedback from department staff and others




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4.      SChEDULE fOR PACKAGING REVIEwS

4.1     TYPES Of PACKAGING USED

In Australia PUMA markets a range of sporting life style products under the following six product categories:
       • Men’s Footwear
       • Women’s Footwear
       • Men’s Apparel
       • Women’s Apparel
       • Kids
       • Accessories
and most of these products are imported.

Currently footwear comes in an outer carton that contains a number of individual footwear boxes, and there
are approximately 30 sizes of individual footwear boxes. Footwear will also have tissue in the box, and box and
tissue are supplied to the final consumer. The outer carton may be removed at PUMA or forwarded to the retail
outlet.

Apparel is imported in cartons as bulk and individual apparel is packaged in Plastic Type 4 (LDPE) bags which
are removed in store prior to placing on display. Accessories are extremely varied from boot studs to team kit
bags with varying types of packaging. Additional packaging is purchased by PUMA in the form of carry bags
and cartons to transport broken carton lots to retail outlets.


4.2     TIMETAbLE fOR REVIEw

The timetable for review will depend on the roll out of the proposed new packaging for footwear and apparel
described in 2.2 above. Assuming late 2011, Puma Australia has established the following target timetable for
review.


                                                         % of Product Lines Reviewed
          Review Period:                              New                                 Existing
               Year 1                                 25%                                     -
               Year 2                                 50%                                   25%
               Year 3                                100%                                   50%
               Year 4                                100%                                   78%
               Year 5                                100%                                  100%




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5.          ACTION PLAN


5.1         INTRODUCTION

The purpose of the Action Plan is to show how Puma Australia intends to contribute to the achievement of the
Covenant’s goals and to meet Puma Australia’s obligations under the Covenant. The Three main performance
goals of the Covenant are:

1. Design - Optimise packaging to use resources efficiently and reduce environmental impact without
   compromising product quality and safety
2. Recycling - Efficiently collect and recycle packaging
3. Product Stewardship - Demonstrate commitment of all signatories

Earlier in the year Puma Australia stakeholders met with its third party external consultant and participated in a
workshop to review the following overarching requirements of the APC:

        •    Determine Action Plan requirements for Puma Australia
        •    Assist in establishing an APC Team
        •    Provide overview / training for the APC Team
        •    Develop a project plan for development of the Action Plan
        •    Develop auditable document and filing system for managing the requirements

As part of this review the stakeholders were taken through a 28 question questionnaire based on APC
documentation and attendance at APC Workshops. The results of this review are documented in the following
sections and the actions arising from this review are summarised in the Action Plan Table.

5.2         DESIGN

5.2.1       Covenant Goals

•     Review existing procedures for new packaging design or manufacture and integrate with requirements of
      Sustainable Packaging Guidelines;
•     Determine timetable for “packaging review” of existing packaging to meet requirements of Sustainable
      Packaging Guidelines; and
•     Identify and determine targets and actions for Plan.

5.2.2       outCome

The outcome should be packaging designed to:

            •   Avoid or minimise the use of materials and other resources;
            •   Optimise recyclability and recycled content; and
            •   Reduce litter impacts.




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5.2.3       Key PerformanCe IndICator

The Key Performance Indicator for Design will be evidence that Puma Australia is implementing the Sustainable
Packaging Guidelines (SPG) for design or manufacture of packaging.

5.2.4       Current and Planned aCtIons

5.2.4.1 Puma Australia does not have a documented policy and procedure for evaluating and procuring
packaging using the SPG as most PUMA products are imported prepackaged. However, all packaging will be
reviewed using the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines and a timetable for review is included in section 4.2.

5.2.4.2 The most logical categorisation of existing packaging is by product category as set out in section
4.1. Because of the introduction of new packaging later this year, refer section 2.2, the review process will be
delayed until then.

5.2.4.3 Puma Australia does not have a process for developing new packaging as most of its packaging is
designed, developed and specified by Puma Australia’s German parent. Information regarding this process
will be sought as Puma Australia becomes more involved in the PUMA Sustainability Project. In addition PUMA
will be made aware that Puma Australia is a signatory to the APC and what this entails in fulfilling its obligations
as a signatory. It is obvious from the goals and objectives described in section 2.2 above that environmental
considerations are taken into account when key design decisions are made.

5.2.4.4 Puma Australia does not have any internal documentation, third party audits, ISO 14000 Environment
Management Systems (EMS) or environmental policies that will assist with addressing the questions in the 12
Strategies of the SPG. As mentioned above Puma Australia is reliant on the design processes used by its parent
PUMA.

5.2.4.5 Puma Australia will establish a centralized data base for all issues relating to the APC including:

        •    All decisions and the underlying evidence for those decisions;
        •    Packaging review reports; and
        •    An auditable trail for decisions made in relation to the SPG.




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5.3      RECYCLING

5.3.1    Covenant Goals

•     Review and document existing recovery systems;
•     Review and document existing Buy Recycled Policies; and
•     Identify and determine actions and targets for Plan.

5.3.2    outCome

The outcome should be:

          •   Improved recovery of recycled materials from the premises of Puma Australia; and
          •   Increased secondary markets for recovered packaging materials.

5.3.3    Key PerformanCe IndICator

The Key Performance Indicator for Recycling will be evidence that Puma Australia is implementing the on-site
recovery of packaging through documentation provided from contracted waste managers, and an increase in
the level of recycled content in purchases made by Puma Australia.

5.3.4    Current and Planned aCtIons

5.3.4.1 Puma Australia’s packaging waste reduction goal is 25%, and it will be necessary to establish base line
data in order to measure this. The rationale behind this is to reduce the cost of waste and to be environmentally
responsible.

5.3.4.2 There are no formalised employee education programs about recycling and waste reduction and this will
be addressed by the Environmental Task Force.

5.3.4.3 Paper and cardboard is collected for recycling at Puma Australia’s office and warehouse, and cartons
are also placed in recycling bins for collection at the Puma Australia retail outlets. These programs have been in
operation since 2007 and in order to measure improvements in recycling it will be necessary to establish base
line data. At this time recycling is perceived to be a cost rather than a saving.

5.3.4.4 There are some limitations that may effect recycling at major shopping centres where potentially
recyclable packaging is comingled with waste.

5.3.4.5 It is proposed that corn starch replace low density polyethylene apparel bags, refer section 2.2, and this
could negatively impact on recycling. However, on the positive side corn starch is a renewable resource and is
compostable.

5.3.4.6 Puma Australia has Buy Recycled Policy and a copy is attached.




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5.4         PRODUCT STEwARDShIP

5.4.1       Covenant Goals

        •    Review and document existing Product Stewardship procedures;
        •    Review existing Supply Contracts for take back;
        •    Review existing Waste Management contracts; and
        •    Identify and determine actions and targets for Plan.

5.4.2       outCome

The outcome should be:

            •   To improve the design and recycling of packaging; and
            •   Reduce the overall level of litter created by packaging.

5.4.3       Key PerformanCe IndICators

The key performance indicators for product stewardship are;

            •   Have formalised procedures in place to work with others to improve design and recycling of
                packaging;
            •   To engage in other initiatives that show product stewardship such as education, sponsorship of
                initiatives etc; and
            •   To reduce the occurrence of litter in their operations and encourage clients to properly dispose of
                the packaging on products to remove them from the litter stream.

5.4.4       Current and Planned aCtIons

5.4.4.1 Puma Australia does not have a documented policy to review all packaging against the SPG.

5.4.4.2 Puma Australia does not have supply contracts that require take back and recycling of packaging and
this will be reviewed by the Environmental Task Force.

5.4.4.3 Puma Australia has waste management contracts in place that require collection and recycling of
packaging. Puma Australia will request assistance from the contractor in establishing base line data.

5.4.4.4 Puma Australia does not have a procurement process in place requiring suppliers to participate in
reducing packaging through regular meetings or product reviews, although it is obvious from section 2.2 that
PUMA has relevant processes in place.

5.4.4.5 Puma Australia participates in an industry working group to address shared issues through its
involvement with the Australian Sporting Goods Association (ASGA at www.asga.com.au) although there are no
packaging related issues on its agenda at this time.

5.4.4.6 Litter prevention is not a burning issue for Puma Australia although some customers choose to
remove the packaging at retail after they have purchased the goods. This will be significantly reduced with the
introduction of the “Clever Little Bag” (refer section 2.2).


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5.5     ACTION PLAN TAbLES

*Please note that the responsibilities for individual Actions will be allocated when the APC Team next meets.

Covenant Performance           Actions                            *Responsibility Timeline    Targets        Evidence
Goals
1. Design - optimise           Prepare a gap analysis between     Environmental   December    Gap analysis   Gap analysis
packaging to achieve           existing environmental and         Task Force      2011        completed      Report
resource efficiency and        product development systems /
reduction in quantity          standards and SPG Guidelines to
required. The design           ensure SPG implementation
efforts should reduce
environmental impact without
compromising product
quality and safety.


KPI 1. Proportion of           Establish documented policy                        June 2012   Documented     Policy and
signatories in the supply      and procedure for evaluating and                               policy and     Procedure
chain implementing the         procuring packaging                                            procedure      Document
Sustainable Packaging          using the SPG                                                  completed
Guidelines for design or
procurement of packaging.      Review all new products using                      Refer 4.2   Refer 4.2      SPG Reviews
                               the SPG
                               Review all existing products                       Refer 4.2   Refer 4.2      SPG Reviews
                               using the SPG
                               Establish new product                              December    Obtain         Copy of
                               development process used by                        2011        response       response
                               PUMA                                                           from PUMA
                               Advise PUMA that Puma                              June 2011   Draft and      Copy of cor-
                               Australia is a signatory to the                                send to        respondence
                               APC and commitments and                                        PUMA
                               obligations
                               Establish centrallised data base                   December    100%           Centrallised
                                                                                  2011        compliance     data base
                                                                                              by all
                                                                                              stakeholders




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Covenant Performance           Actions                            *Responsibility Timeline     Targets        Evidence
Goals
2. Recycling – efficiently     Review and recommend               Environmental   December     Review         Review Report
collect and recycle            improved on-site recycling and     Task Force      2011         completed      with recom-
packaging                      buy recycled policies                                                          mendations

KPI 2. Not required by
individual signatories.


KPI 3. Proportion of           Establish base line data for                       March 2012   After estab-   Annual
signatories with on-site       on-site waste and recyclable                                    lishing base   Reports
recovery systems for           packaging recovery                                              line data
recycling used packaging.                                                                      agree on
                                                                                               targets

                               Formalise employee education                       June 2012    Review and     Induction
                               programs about recycling and                                    implement      Manual and
                               waste reduction                                                 recommen-      signage
                                                                                               dations
                               Investigate current recycling
                               facilities at retail outlets and
                               shopping centres to see if any
                               improvements are possible

                               Carry out SPG review on corn                       Refer 4.2    Refer 4.2      SPG Reviews
                               starch apparel bags


KPI 4. Proportion of           Make employees aware of Buy                        June 2012    Part of        Induction
signatories with a policy to   Recycled Purchasing Policy and                                  employee       Handbook
buy products made from         encourage implementation                                        education
recycled packaging.                                                                            program
KPI 5. Not required by
individual signatories.




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Covenant Performance           Actions                              *Responsibility Timeline     Targets          Evidence
Goals
3. Product Stewardship –       Review and recommend                 Environmental   December     Review           Review Report
demonstrate commitment of      formal processes for working         Task Force      2011         completed        with recom-
all signatories                with others, other product                                                         mendations
                               stewardship outcomes for
                               packaging and reducing litter
KPI 6. Proportion of           Formulate a documented                               December     Documented       Documented
signatories that have formal   policy to review all packaging                       2011         policy and       policy
processes for working with     against the SPG and develop a                                     questionnaire
others to improve packaging    suppliers questionnaire to assist                                 completed
design and recycling.          in answering the questions raised
                               in the SPG

                               Investigate opportunities to                         March 2012   Investigation    Investigation
                               negotiate supply contracts that                                   completed        Report with
                               require take back and recycling                                                    recommenda-
                               of packaging                                                                       tions

                               Review existing waste                                March 2012   After            Annual
                               management contracts and                                          establishing     Reports
                               request assistance in establishing                                base line
                               base line data                                                    data agree on
                                                                                                 targets


KPI 7. Proportion of           Investigate other product                            June 2011    A minimum        Annual
signatories demonstrating      stewardship opportunities                            – December   of one new       Reports
other product stewardship                                                           2015         initiative per
outcomes for packaging.                                                                          annum
KPI 8. Reduction in the        Ensure that customers have                           December     Review           Review Report
number of packaging items      the opportunity to responsibly                       2011         completed        with recom-
in litter.                     remove and deposit packaging at                                                    mendations
                               the point of purchase




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APPENDICES




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