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Tillamook sets forth sustainability goals | Dairy Foods – dairyfoods.com

Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA) is aiming to meet its net-zero goal with a 30% reduction in Scope 1, 2, and 3 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030.
Its goals include:
“At TCCA, our farmers operate with the next generation in mind,” said Paul Snyder, executive vice president, stewardship, TCCA. “Since our founding in 1909, our farmer-owners have built everything with a long-term outlook to ensure that farms and communities are here for generations to come. That’s why being good stewards of cows and farms, of people and products, of our communities and the environment, is central to everything we do.”
 
In the United States, the dairy industry contributes 2% of total GHG emissions. While the industry has reduced emissions per gallon of milk by more than 60% since the 1940s, TCCA stated it acknowledges there is more work to be done to drive down total emissions.
TCCA’s environmental sustainability goals are backed by its newly developed Climate Action Plan that defines strategies for making climate-related progress over time. Snyder explains that in the past year, TCCA has worked collaboratively across all departments to outline more than 25 strategies to help achieve the 2030 target. TCCA also teamed with an external consultant to calculate an emissions benchmark, as well as related goals.
 
“The electricity, steam, and fuel that we use at our processing plants and to power our offices and fleet account for only 3% of our total emissions (Scope 1 and 2 emissions),” said Snyder. “The biggest challenge we face in meeting our climate commitment will be engaging our supply chain partners to reduce Scope 3 emissions, which make up 97% of our total emissions.” 
 
TCCA is adopting a multi-faceted approach to its climate action plan involving its facilities and fleet, on-farm practices and packaging.
 
FACILITIES & FLEET: 
As part of the Climate Action Plan, TCCA will invest in improvements to its facilities and fleet, while working with its supply chain partners on the following actions: 
 
ON FARMS:
 PACKAGING: 
 The Climate Action Plan also includes TCCA’s packaging goals that were announced in 2021. The packaging goals include specific measures such as increasing recycled content to 50% for paper packages and 20% on average for plastic packages by 2025. TCCA funded a life-cycle assessment that found making these changes could significantly reduce GHG emissions from their packaging portfolio. Additionally, TCCA is committing to a goal of 100% of its packaging solutions to being recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2030. 
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