We understand the trust that comes with your decision to bring our products into your business, as well as your demand for responsible resourcing, including supply chains committed to helping drive change. As a leader in sustainable practices, Kimberly-Clark Professional is committed to product innovation and the planet; and ensuring sustainability is embedded in everything we do.
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Kimberly-Clark Professional ANZ is proud of Millicent Mill’s legacy of sustainability achievements such as the establishment of the $33 million cogeneration facility which helps make the mill more energy efficient whilst significantly reducing emissions.
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We have implemented measures to help reduce our carbon footprint and diverting waste from landfills. We ensure human rights are respected in our facilities, as well as our global supply chain. We pilot product and packaging innovations that lessen our impact on the environment for generations to come.
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Reducing Emissions

We continue to work towards our decarbonisation goals onsite and reported a reduction of 30.5% in Scope 1 and 2 emissions in 2023 (against our 2015 baseline). Working towards our target of 50% reduction by 2030

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Let nothing go to waste

In 2023 we reached a key milestone at our Millicent Mill, achieving 100% landfill diversion onsite.

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Forests and Fibre

100% of the virgin fibre used locally in our tissue products comes from certified sustainable resources aand 70% of fibre used globally comes from recycled sources.

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Environment Management

Our environmental management system comlies with the requirements of ISO 14001:2015* and our quality management system complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015*.
*For the manufacture of bath tissue, facial tissue and paper towel products.

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Doing the right thing

We know that Better Care starts with us, our organisation and our people. We have a responsibility to operate with the highest level of ethical and sustainable conduct across our supply chain, within the communities we serve and as an employer of approximately 700 people across Australia and New Zealand.

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Our reconciliation journey

In 2022, we completed our first RAP (reconciliation action plan).  We commenced our reconciliation journey with the launch of our Reflect RAP  and we proudly continue to address and reach the commitments we have made to create a kinder, more reconciled Australia.  Find out more

Putting Waste Back to Work Around the Globe

Partnered with waste management specialist to divert used wipes from landfill to energy recovery facility.
North America
Industry-first programme recycles used PPE into new consumer products.
United Kingdom
Regional trials for post-waste hand towel recycling.
WypAll™ ForceMax wipes feature recycled cotton – an industry first. Flex film packaging for tissue and towel products feature 30% recycled plastic.
South America
Dispenser recycling programme keeps dispensers out of landfill or incineration.
Shipped pallets sans stretch wrap, drastically reducing plastics in supply chain.


All of the commitments mentioned above mean that as a customer or partner of Kimberly-Clark Professional, you can be assured we develop and manufacture our products with consideration for our people and our planet. If you have sustainability objectives as part of your Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) strategy, then partnering with Kimberly Clark Professional is a logical choice.