recycled PET plastic. •. Launched 100% recycled PET plastic bottle for Bonaqua water in South Africa.
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Introduction 3The Coca-Cola Company: World Without Waste 2019 The purpose of The Coca-Cola Company remains clear: to refresh the world and make a difference. We live this purpose by creating loved brands, done sustainably to support a better shared future. That™s why we™re using our leadership to be part of the solution and work to build a more sustainable future for our planet.

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Introduction 4The Coca-Cola Company: World Without Waste 2019 In 2018, we launched World Without Waste with a simple, focused purpose: make the world™s packaging waste problem a thing of the past.We built World Without Waste on three fundamental goals: Make 100% of our packaging recyclable globally by 2025Šand use at least 50% recycled material in our packaging by 2030; collect and recycle a bottle or can for each one we sell by 2030; and work together to support a healthy, debris-free environment. We know we can™t do it alone. We are working in partnership with bottling partners, environmentalists, industry peers, regulators, retailers, and others to dramatically reduce the impact of packaging waste on our environment. In 2018, we published a implementation report . In 2019 we pushed further to better design our packaging, innovate in the way our beverages are delivered, and collaborate to ensure packaging is collected and recycled: Ł We replicated the successful PET Recycling Company (PETCO)Šthe South African plastic industry™s initiative to recycle 100% of its polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic outputŠby launching it in Kenya in 2018 and beginning the launch process in Ethiopia in 2019. Ł We implemented a comprehensive set of actions address collection, design, and consumer and industry action. Ł We actively participated in and led the development of industry collection coalitions across Southeast Asia. Ł In several countries across the globe we accelerated the timeline to deliver on our goal to use at least 50% recycled material in our packaging by 2030. Ł We advanced package innovations and recycling technologies through partnerships in Australia, France, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and the United States, among other places. This was possible because of the work of our people and partners in every part of the globe. And there is much more to come. We have galvanized our entire system around this vision and are working market by market to achieve it. 123Make 100% of our packaging recyclable globally by 2025Šand use at least 50% recycled material in our packaging by 2030. for each one we sell by 2030. Work together to support a healthy, debris-free environment. We continue to relentlessly pursue our three fundamental goals:

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5The Coca-Cola Company: World Without Waste 2019 Introduction We are striving to make packaging part of a circular economy, with a focus on 100% collection rates and an increase in recycling. Our goal is to create closed-loop systems, so that old bottles and cans can become new bottles and cans. Whenever we sell an aluminum can or plastic bottleŠ or any other beverage container for that matterŠwe want to collect one back and make sure it has a second life as a new container or other useful item. We™ve made good progress in 2018 and 2019, but we are just getting started. In this report, we aim to provide an update on: How we are designing our packaging differently (see fi Designfl).How we are contributing to collection and recycling efforts worldwide (see fi Collectfl).How we are partnering with stakeholders to realize these goals (see fi Partner fl).

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Introduction 6The Coca-Cola Company: World Without Waste 2019 We™re acting with urgency across our system to pursue this goal. There™s simply no time to waste. And like any goal we™ve had as a company, we are pursuing it intently, striving for nothing less than a world without waste.

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8The Coca-Cola Company: World Without Waste 2019 Timeline: World Without Waste (2018) 2018JANUARY Launched World Without Waste initiative. JUNESuccessfully launched South African PETCO model in Kenya, in partnership with Kenya Association of Manufacturers. Ł Joined Industrial Advisory Board of DEMETO , which chemically recycles PET plastic in environmentally sustainable ways. DECEMBER Shared proprietary technology behind PlantBottle to foster bioplastics in packaging. Ł Entered loan agreement with Ioniqa Technologies to transform hard-to-recycle plastic waste into high-quality, food-grade PET plastic.Ł Established a framework with Loop Ž Industries for authorized bottlers to purchase 100% recycled PET plastic. MAY Signed joint framework with UN Environment to curb plastic waste in Southeast Asia. Ł Launched Mares Circulares (Circular Seas) campaign, which has since collected some 250 tons of waste from Spanish waterways. SEPTEMBER Co-founded World Economic Forum Global Plastic Action Partnership .JULY Launched PET bottle industry buyback program in India™s Maharashtra state. Ł Introduced Mexican bottled water brand Ciel in 100% recycled plastic bottle. Ł Bottlers and business units began implementing plans. OCTOBER Launched Zero Waste Cities program in Thessaloniki, Greece, turning PET waste into furniture for public spaces.Ł Invested in Circulate Capital , an impact- to keep plastic waste out of the world™s oceans. AUGUST Co-founded UK Plastics Pact, bringing together stakeholders from across the entire plastics value chain to tackle plastic waste. Our World Without Waste efforts began long before we announced this initiative. Since its launch, we™ve had associates around the world working full time to advance each of our three pillars: design, collect, and partner.

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2019JANUARY Ł Began placement of 300 Bonaqua ® Water Stations across Hong Kong, dispensing cold and hot mineral water into customers™ reusable containers; 84 were installed in 2019, with 404 more in process. APRIL Ł Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil announced that, from the end of 2019, seven out of 10 bottles in Australia would be made entirely from recycled plastic. Ł Coca-Cola Austria launched Römerquelle water brand in 100% recycled PET commemorate its 90th anniversary in the country. MAY Ł Coca Cola Perú and Arca Continental Lindley began making San Luis water in 100% recycled PET plastic 625 milliliter Ł Joined World Wildlife Fund™s ReSource initiative, alongside Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Keurig Dr Pepper, McDonald™s, Ocean Conservancy, Procter & Gamble, Starbucks, and Tetra Pak. Ł Irish water brand Deep RiverRock transitioned to 100% recycled plastic.Ł Initiated the creation of PETCO EthiopiaŠthe Ethiopian plastic industry™s initiative to recycle 100% of its PET plastic output. Ł Coca-Cola Australia, The Coca-Cola Foundation, and Envision Hands launched a project to create 100 prosthetic limbs for children in developing countries using plastic collected from one million plastic bottle tops. Ł Coca-Cola Japan partnered with Nippon Foundation on a study to identify routes of the ocean.Ł Ellen MacArthur Foundation published Reuse: Rethinking Packaging , which highlights Coca-Cola brand Dasani™s PureFill technology and the bottle. Ł Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company announced Valser™s shift to 100% recycled packaging by the end of 2019, making the mineral water brand to do so. Ł Began work with Coca-Cola European Partners to transition Chaudfontaine mineral water, Glacéau Smartwater, and Honest Tea to 100% recycled PET plastic bottles in Europe by 2020, replacing 9,000 tons of virgin plastic.Ł The Coca-Cola Australia Foundation announced grants of up to US$600,000 to tackle marine pollution in Australian coastal and inland waterways. Timeline: World Without Waste (2019) Ł Coca-Cola Vietnam partnered with several leading food and beverage companies to establish the country™s Packaging Recovery Organization. Ł Nine new companies joined Reciclar pelo Brasil, making the co-investment platformŠco-founded with AB InBev in 2017Šthe largest of its kind, with 15 members and 250 cooperatives. Ł The Coca-Cola Foundation announced US$5.4 million in grants to support innovative recycling pilots in seven U.S. locales: Atlanta; Boston; Denver; Essex County, N.J.; Houston; Long Beach, Calif.; and Orange County, Fla. Ł Entered a regional alliance with Diageo, Nestlé, Heineken, and Unilever to support local engagement on developing waste- management systems in East, South, and West Africa. JULY MARCH JUNE9The Coca-Cola Company: World Without Waste 2019

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AUGUST Ł Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines (CCBP) announced investment in a new recycling facility that will be opera -tional in 2021. CCBP also launched 100% recycled PET plastic packaging for water brand Viva!Šthe the Philippines made from 100% recycled PET plastic. Ł ALBA Group Asia Limited, Baguio Waste Management & Recycling Limited, and Swire Coca-Cola Limited broke ground on a joint venture to build Hong Kong™s and high-density Ł Coca-Cola India joined peer companies as a key stakeholder industry-formed, -owned, and -managed multi-material packaging recycling organizationŠCircular Sustainability Solutions Private LimitedŠwith the goal of collecting half a million metric tons of used packaging by 2025. Ł Jointly launched with GA Circular comparative study examining Southeast Asia™s PET plastic recycling landscapeŠ and providing a road map for action to accelerate the circular economy in the region. Ł Römerquelle water switched to 100% recycled PET plastic in Croatia. Ł Introduced minimalist paperboard packaging solution KeelClipŽ for multipack cans in Europe, expected to save 2,000 tons of plastic and 3,000 tons of CO 2 emissions annually. Ł Coca-Cola Indonesia announced a partnership with Gojek, allowing consumers to ship their used PET plastic bottles to recycling facilities and to prepaid phones and other accounts. Ł PRAISE (Packaging and Recycling Alliance for Indonesia Sustainable Environment) announced the Packaging Recovery Organization for Indonesia to improve plastic collection and recycling. Ł Coca-Cola Sweden announced it will transition to 100% recycled PET in all plastic bottles in early 2020, eliminating 3,500 tons of virgin PET plastic and 25% of CO 2 emissions annually. Ł Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines began making clear 500 milliliter Sprite bottles from 100% recycled PET plastic. Ł Launched 100% recycled PET plastic water in South Africa. polyethylene (HDPE) plastic recycling plant. The facility is scheduled to be operational in late 2020 and is expected to reshape the city™s plastic collection and recycling industry. Ł marine plastic collected from the Mediterranean Sea and beaches, in partnership with Indorama Ventures, Ioniqa Technologies, and Mares Circulares. Ł Partnered with a manufacturer to assist in PET plastic collection, expected to result in 500 tons of PET plastic collected monthly and boost recycling rates in 2019 to 15%, with the goal of 50% in 2020. Ł Launched 100% recycled PET plastic water brand Vitale. Timeline: World Without Waste (2019) Ł The Coca-Cola Foundation and the Benioff Ocean Initiative announced an $11 million partnership to fund nine river plastic waste prevention programs around the world over the next three years. Ł Coca-Cola in ThailandŠin cooperation with Central Group and other partnersŠ launched a new collection initiative at 16 restaurants and two shopping malls in Bangkok, with plans to expand to other cities across the country. SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER 201910The Coca-Cola Company: World Without Waste 2019 Ł Coca-Cola de Mexico and its bottling partnersŠalong with PetStar, Industria Mexicana de Reciclaje, and Ecology and Corporate Commit -ment (ECOCE)Šjoined more than 50 other industry, government. organizations in signing the National Agreement for the New Plastics Economy in Mexico (IMER). DECEMBER

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