At Avery Dennison, sustainability always comes first. Our EcoDesign approach ensures every new product is more sustainable than its predecessors and we work with customers, industries and ecosystem partners to deliver label solutions that create a better future. Our commitment to sustainability wasn’t born out of the world’s expectations. It was created because we believe nothing else will suffice.


Discover our 2030 goals

From delivering innovations that advance circularity, to reducing environmental impact in

our operations and supply chain to making a positive social impact, our 2030 goals are driving us toward a sustainable future.

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How we’re doing

We’re doing our best to turn our goals into accomplishments. For more information, check out our 2020 Integrated Sustainability Report and Annual Report.

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The world of today and the future we’re creating

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Small. Yet Significant.

Labels are small, yet significant. We're helping brand owners in the home and personal care space navigate sustainable labeling.

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Regenerative Retail Report - Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison partners with The Future Laboratory to release a new foresight report that calls on business to go beyond sustainability towards regenerative retail.

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Rethinking plastics

Rethinking plastics

Plastic waste is a huge problem, but this amazing material also serves many purposes. Learn how we can make it better.

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Want to make your business more sustainable?

Avery Dennison’s experts can help you find sustainable solutions for your business. From labels made with citrus pulp to filmic constructions that are free from fossil fuels,

we have an option for almost every need and requirement.

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What our experts have to say

Sustainable from the 
ground up


Our EMEA headquarters are located in a building that was designed with sustainability in mind. From energy-saving elevators to heat-reflective glass and open spaces, it’s filled with features that conserve energy and promote collaboration.