Berry Global Group Inc. scored an A- for the company's efforts regarding climate change from a non-profit group that runs a global disclosure system regarding environmental impacts.
CDP operates an environmental disclosure platform that allows both companies and governments to assess their operations.
"Our CDP A- rating confirms Berry is on a successful pathway to support the transition to a net-zero economy while helping our customers meet their ambitious sustainability goals," Berry CEO Tom Salmon said in a statement. "This is another significant milestone in our continuing drive to create innovative, sustainable packaging and engineered products that make life better for people and the planet."
Berry said the A- rating is higher than both North America and global averages for the more than 13,000 companies assessed CDP. The score puts Berry in CDP's "leadership" category, which includes 12 percent of companies in CDP examined in its Plastic Product Manufacturing group.
The Evansville, Ind.-based plastics processor has more than 300 locations around the world.