Forward on Packaging Hero

Forward on packaging

Redesigning and reimagining how we deliver drinks

Reducing the impact our packaging has on the environment is at the heart of our packaging strategy.

Our packaging represents a great amount of our total value chain carbon footprint. Reducing the footprint of our packaging will be a critical part in CCEP journey to reach net-zero GHG emissions by 2040.

We want to reduce our use of packaging where we can and ensure that all the packaging we do use is collected so that it does not end up as litter or in the oceans, and can be recycled and reused as part of a circular economy.

Our action on packaging supports UN Sustainable Development Goal 12 and UN Sustainable Development Goal 14.

Our commitments

  • Lightweighting
  • Affordable Single Serve Pack
  • PET Collection
  • Recycled material
Supply Chain  Preform


We continue to remove unnecessary plastic from our packaging via a light weighting program for bottles and caps, and secondary plastic packaging for bottles and caps, multi pack shrink film, pallet wrap and plastic packaging.

Affordable Single Serve Pack

Affordable Single Serve Pack

We launched the Affordable Single Serve Pack line which produces lightweight plastic bottles coated with a thin layer of glass. The ASSP technology is one way we contribute to the challenges of managing plastic waste without compromising product integrity and safety.

PET Collection
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PET Collection

Increase post consumer bottles collection by expanding rPET project in other areas across Indonesia and build additional rPET lines

Recycled material

Recycled material

We aim to incorporate recycled material in our packaging, which keeps valuable resources in a circular economy and reduces the carbon footprint of our packaging. We are investing in new technologies, like enhanced recycling and engaging in partnerships to ensure a reliable supply of high quality rPET in all our markets.

Our progress in 2022

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percentage of packaging that is recyclable (%)

Our stories

Forward on Packaging rPET launch v2

Coca-Cola launches 100% rPET bottles in Indonesia

Coca-Cola Indonesia, in partnership with Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP), has announced the nationwide launch of bottles made from 100% recycled PET (rPET) plastic, excluding the cap and label.

In a first for the country, rPET packaging is now available for Coca-Cola Trademark brands, Fanta, Sprite in 390ml, and Sprite Waterlymon in 425ml.

This significant milestone is a step toward the development of a closed loop circular economy in Indonesia, and underscores CCEP’s commitment to its goal of using 50% recycled plastic in its packaging by 2025. This ambition is aligned with the Coca-Cola Company’s sustainability vision A World Without Waste.

The introduction of 100% rPET bottles marks a substantial contribution towards this goal, reducing reliance on new plastics in Indonesia and lowering carbon emissions in the production process. 

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RPET Facility Groundbreaking

Together with Dynapack Asia, we announced the construction of a 20,000 square meter Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) recycling facility located in Bekasi, West Java. The newest investment valued at AUD 50.51 million (IDR 556.2 billion) will enable the collaboration to create a closed loop plastic packaging supply chain by producing food and beverage safe plastic pellets made from post consumer plastic bottles.

Sprite Clear Bottle v3

Sprite Clear Bottle

In earlier 2021, we switched Sprite’s iconic green colored packaging to a clear PET bottle design to make it easier to recycle. This announcement is in conjunction with the celebration of Hari Peduli Sampah Nasional 2021 (Indonesia's National Waste Awareness Day 2021). Sprite’s shift to clear and transparent packaging in Indonesia is a concrete step towards achieving Coca Cola’s global vision of a World Without Waste. In the Indonesia context, this means helping to increase collection and recycling rates and helping to strengthen the existing recycling industry and collection infrastructure.