Mapping Our Impact

Learn more about our Company, brand projects and partnerships that are reducing our environmental footprint, conserving precious resources, and helping ensure a healthy planet for present and future generations. The interactive map below details our activities on how we are helping make our home better across forestry and plastic packaging.


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Keeping Forests as Forests – Now and for Generations to Come

Forests are critical to supporting life on earth and protecting them is essential to the people and wildlife that call them home. We are committed to zero deforestation in our supply chain. For example, we require our wood pulp in products be third-party certified - for every tree we use at least one is regrown. Learn more at We are helping protect and restore nature through partnerships and projects around the world and are committed to a regenerative approach. We are planting more than a million trees through partnerships to protect and restore forests that touch 35 countries and are committed to the long-term health of natural ecosystems that are essential to people, wildlife and the planet.
Click on any pin on the map above to learn more about our forestry efforts and programs.

Latest initiatives


Zero Manufacturing Waste to Landfill



Zero Manufacturing Waste to Landfill


Keeping Waste Out of Nature - More than 100 P&G production facilities have been on a mission to send zero manufacturing waste to landfill and have accomplished this goal. We’ve reduced waste by transforming our processes and changing the way we operate, while finding creative ways to upcycle unused materials, like using out-of-spec Tide suds for car washes and the leftover material from Tampax, Pampers and Always for cat litter. Not only have our facilities become more efficient, but we’re also positively impacting local communities while reducing our environmental footprint.


Working closely with our Global Asset Recovery Purchases (GARP) team, we found a second life use for our manufacturing waste, helping save more than $2.2 billion while diverting more than 6.9 million tons of waste from the landfill since 2007. This helped us achieve our goal to get 100% of our manufacturing sites across 38 countries qualified as zero manufacturing waste to landfill.