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Featured Work

Cisco

Sustainability strategy

Cisco Systems engaged Clean Agency to conduct a Supply Chain Sustainability workshop in their headquarters.  The project was a guided workshop to cultivate and support employee engagement and target setting around specific supply chain sustainability issues.

Clean Agency build a plan to support Cisco’s supply chain goals to increase transparency and promote real time continuous improvement. The workshop enabled employees to comprehend and confront the depth of relevant sustainability issues and set realistic targets to achieve each year. The successful workshop conducted in San Jose is expected to be modeled across the globe in Cisco’s various divisions to promote and incorporate the culture of sustainability and continuous improvement.

Caesars Entertainment

Technical assessment & innovation

Clean has worked with the company for over four years on many projects. These include global sustainable fish sourcing, carbon reduction around LED lighting program,supply chain impacts and support for suppliers around the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project).

Caesars Entertainment has over 50 casinos in 6 countries. Their corporate structure is continuing to improve its global environmental impacts and reports yearly  GRI CSR report.. Clean has also participated in a cross industry brainstorm around sustainability in Las Vegas with various casino brands. Caesars included Clean in their women minority certified program (WBENC).

Nomacorc

Communications

Nomacorc and Clean Agency established their relationship in 2011, the year of Nomacorc’s inaugural sustainability report. Clean has conducted review and external assurance for the wine closure maker’s sustainability reports from its inception and the relationship continues to be strong.

The sustainability reports follow the GRI reporting format and most recently the 2014 report was upgraded to GRI G4. Clean Agency has also actively engaged in Nomacorc’s stakeholder activities around issues of sustainability. Based on our recommendations in the previous years, it is noteworthy that Nomacorc LLC has laid out goals to consistently improve upon and implement most of our recommendations, by which their data collection process, sustainability target setting and stakeholder engagement continues to grow stronger every year.

Clean has also engaged with Nomacorc in reviewing the company’s first full Life Cycle Assessment Study for their Classic and Classic+ closures.

The Port of Los Angeles

Sustainability strategy

The Port of Los Angeles (the Port) operates and supports a wide variety of sustainability programs, with varying functions and objectives. The Port’s Environmental Management Division engaged Clean to hold a series of strategic sustainability planning workshops, with the intent of developing a holistic and comprehensive planning framework to codify existing sustainability programs and to guide future efforts in the near- and longterms.

In the first workshop, Clean presented research on the status of sustainability reporting and planning among competing global ports, similar organizations, and the Port’s own customers. Based on best practices extracted from this research combined with our deep knowledge of the Port’s sustainability experiences, our team developed a sustainability planning template for the Port. Subsequent workshops were spent working with internal teams to fill in this template by identifying key areas of sustainability on which to focus future efforts, brainstorming sustainability objectives and goals, defining sustainability actions to pursue, and isolating metrics with which to measure success.

Reformation

Technical assessment & innovation

Reformation engaged Clean Agency to support the budding fashion brand’s pioneering efforts in quantifying and communicating their product impacts.

Clean engaged in the review and verification of data collection and methodology based on Life Cycle thinking. The  methodology modeled included water use and carbon emissions from growing/manufacturing fiber, dyeing process, manufacturing fabric, transportation and packaging. The result of background data collection and synthesis was put together into a consumer facing snapshot called RefScale. Through this snapshot a consumer can compare the water use and carbon emissions of a Reformation product with respect to a comparable “industry standard” product that would typically be made of less sustainable material and shipped from China.

Reformation seeks to continuously improve upon their RefScale model to create a robust industry benchmark for quantifying apparel product impacts. RefScale was released on Earth Day 2015 and Clean continues to support Reformation in creating a benchmark in sustainable fashion.

Gerber

Communications

Clean Agency conducted Life Cycle Assessments to measure the “before & after” environmental impacts of two recent packaging changes to Gerber products. We engaged a cross-functional team to gather data for the assessments, calculated the before and after results, and identified, tested and recommended environmental improvement strategies. For one of these packaging transitions, Clean also conducted an indepth recyclability study to evaluate the recyclability of the package and recommend messaging in conformity with the requirements of the Federal Trade Commission’s green guides.

In phase II of this work, Clean distilled the results of these assessments into sustainability communications guidance materials for use by Gerber’s consumer- and customer-facing employees when describing the packaging transitions.