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Kimberly-Clark Corporation GHG & Energy Conservation. Kimberly-Clark Leading the World in Essentials for a Better Life. 58,000 employees worldwide $21 Billion in Net Sales in 2013 Well-known global brands HUGGIES ® KLEENEX ® SCOTT ® KOTEX ® PULL-UPS ® DEPEND ®

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kimberly clark leading the world in essentials for a better life
Kimberly-ClarkLeading the World in Essentials for a Better Life

58,000employees worldwide

$21 Billion in Net Sales in 2013

Well-known global brandsHUGGIES® KLEENEX®SCOTT®KOTEX®PULL-UPS® DEPEND®

#1 or #2 positionin more than 80 countries

Nearly one-quarter of the world’s population use our products daily

Leading the world in essentials for a better life.

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Kimberly-Clark’s Advanced Concept, Low Cost Producing Facility in Owensboro KY

since Aug 1992

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Kimberly-Clark Owensboro

Product Systems

Towel Product System

Tissue Product System

Jumbo Roll

Bath Tissue

Rolled Hand Towels

Individually Wrapped Bath Tissue

Folded Hand Towels

Facial Tissue

kimberly clark owensboro mill overview
Kimberly Clark Owensboro Mill Overview
  • 340 KC employees
    • 310 Technicians and Specialists
    • 30 Salaried Resources
  • 25 Contract facilities maintenance
  • 15 Contract material handling
  • 1,200 acre site, boarding the Green and Ohio rivers
    • 12 acres under roof
    • 650 acres productive agriculture
  • After the cost of fiber, energy is the second largest cost of manufacturing for the Owensboro site
energy conservation at kimberly clark
Energy Conservation at Kimberly-Clark
  • Over 100 production plants worldwide.
    • 23 plants in US, 1 in Canada.
  • Energy usage and cost at each plant tracked on global database since 1980’s.
  • Global energy efficiency (EE) program started early 1990’s – Vision 2000.
  • 5-year energy reduction targets set at each plant based on most energy efficient production assets within K-C. Now working on achieving Sustainability 2015 targets.
  • Corporate energy team performs energy audits at each plant every 3-5 years.
  • Each plant has list of EE projects, with capital cost and energy savings, to reach targets.
energy conservation at kimberly clark1
Energy Conservation at Kimberly-Clark
  • 11% of total energy used globally is from renewable sources.
  • Installed landfill gas project in 2008 at US plant, provides 20% of natural gas used at the production facility.
  • Installed 999 KW solar power system in Italy.
  • Biomass steam plant installed in Brazil.
  • 100% green power (wind) contract at World HQ building in Texas.
  • Since 2000, in response to high electricity prices, K-C has installed electricity and steam cogeneration (CHP) at two US plants, one plant in Italy, and currently in startup at a plant in Australia.

From 2011 to 2012, K-C reduced global energy consumption by 11.7 trillion Btu, enough energy to power more than 300,000 houses for one year, while sales increased from $20.84 billion to $21.06 billion.

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S2015 GHG Goal: 5% Reduction

(vs. 2010 baseline)

  • 10%+ GHG reduction since 2005
  • 2013 YTD cumulative reductions since 2010 – 4.7% GHG reduction
    • Global energy projects