Made in Australia
Kleenex® Toilet Paper is made in Australia and we’re proud of it. We’ve been making Kleenex® Toilet Paper in South Australia since 1966. This means support for local communities, including hundreds of local employees and their families, each year.
Recycling and Reusing
We’re constantly working to reduce the environmental impact of our products and packaging, which is why we support programs like Soft Plastics NZ – so our customers can bring their packaging back to store and recycle it. With a goal to include 40% recycled content in our plastic packaging, helping to give this material another life and reduce our plastics footprint.
Supporting a Circular Economy
We support new programs that drive the circular economy and aim to keep plastic packaging out of landfills. We’re sure you’ll agree it’s an important step to a more sustainable future.
We care about and want to protect the homes of rare, threatened or endangered animals and ecosystems. That’s why the fibre used in our toilet paper products are FSC certified meeting the most rigorous environmental and social standard for responsible forest management.
1 million. That’s the number of square metres of bushland across Australia and New Zealand we’re aiming to regenerate by 2030 through our partnerships with Carbon Positive Australia and The Nature Conservancy.
Supporting people, and nature
Our environmental partners work with traditional owners across Australia and New Zealand. Together, we can support better economic management, protect culturally significant sites, and learn from thousands of years of legacy.
We only use fibre that’s 100% responsibly sourced and certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. That’s a promise.
We understand the importance of reducing plastic across all our logistical touch points. As a global business, Kimberly-Clark has set itself bold aims – like including a commitment to reduce its total plastic footprint by 50% by 2030.
Switching to Carbon Neutral
We’ve set ourselves the goal of being carbon neutral in our ANZ operations by 2030. We’re taking this commitment very seriously, including looking at ways to reduce the emissions at our Millicent mill. We’re also in the process of switching our workplaces to renewable energy and launching programs to help offset some of the carbon we haven’t yet reduced.
Since 2011 we’ve reduced our emissions at Millicent mill by 62% but we’re not stopping there. We’re working with new technologies and renewable energy sources to reduce those emissions even more, and ultimately achieve our carbon neutral goal.
Supporting First Nations
Being good to the planet means being good to its people, too. We’re committed to supporting the Indigenous, Torres Strait Islander and Maori people of Australia and New Zealand through internal policies, programs, funding and advocacy work.
Giving for Good
We believe in giving back to the community. So, globally Kimberly-Clark is dedicated to giving at least 30,000 hours in volunteer time by 2030 and we also match financial donations from our employees, helping them help their favourite charities.