Dedicated to a sustainable future

Corporate Social Responsibility

At Kwik Lok, we recognize that as a plastics company with a global footprint, we have both a responsibility to minimize our impact and an opportunity to drive meaningful change.

Our new Fresh Start initiative is our promise to continually improve, innovate and support our community. At the core of our Fresh Start initiative, we have instituted a sustainability planning, governance and reporting system to hold ourselves accountable. This system is rooted in the following four key strategies.

Kwik Lok Sustainability

Four strategies guiding us forward

Diversity

Unlocking opportunity through education and economic success

Wealth

Improving the health, safety and well-being of all people

Wealth
Protection

Protection

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Fostering innovation in food safety, access and manufacturing

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Global Alignment on The Path Forward

We’ve Joined The Hefty® EnergyBag® Program

Kwik Lok is a proud sponsor of the Hefty® EnergyBag® pilot program in the city of London, Ontario. Designed to complement current recycling efforts, the Hefty® EnergyBag® program establishes a way to collect otherwise hard-to-recycle plastics, like Kwik Lok bag closures, at curbside and uses them as valued resources.

The program helps divert these resources away from landfills, reduce dependence on fossil fuels, increase efficiency at recycling facilities, and improve the quality of other recycled materials. In doing so, the Hefty® EnergyBag® program takes an important step toward a more circular economy and a more sustainable future.

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Collect hard-to-recycle plastic

Fill the official Hefty® orange bag with closures and other hard to recycle items. Make sure the items are relatively clean and dry.

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Tie the bag

Once filled, tie the official Hefty® orange bag and place in recycling along with your normal recycling.

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Collected with recycling

The filled bags will be picked up with your normal recycling and then converted into useful resources like energy, fuel and durable building materials.