US material science solutions provider Charter Next Generation (CNG) has achieved the International Sustainability and Carbon Certificate (ISCC) PLUS certification of its manufacturing plant in Bloomer, Wisconsin.

The ISCC PLUS certification, earned through adherence to the ISCC mass balance approach and the utilisation of circular and bio-circular materials in speciality film production, highlights CNG’s dedication to sustainable practices.

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The voluntary programme certifies bio-based, circular, and renewable materials, ensuring traceability and stringent environmental standards across the supply chain.

Key elements encompass responsible raw material sourcing, efficient resource management, adherence to environmental regulations and advocacy for fair labour practices.

CNG’s Bloomer site has served the packaging industry in its production of speciality cast films for more than four decades.

Plant manager Dan Johnson commented: “This recognition validates our continuous efforts to embed sustainability into every facet of our operations, including our investment in advanced recycled technologies for circular and biobased resins.”

CNG’s sites in Blythewood, South Carolina, in Superior and Milton, Wisconsin and in Lexington, Ohio have also gained ISCC certifications.

CNG operates 15 facilities across the US and employs 2,200 staff.

In late 2023, the company partnered with packaging producer TIPA to drive local US production and the adoption of compostable packaging.