At Goodyear, our ongoing commitment to safety, wellness, and environmental protection are key drivers for our sustainability efforts. We have a long history of following sustainability practices and working hard to be a responsible neighbor in every community in which we operate.

We focus on reducing waste and conserving energy and water, and our efforts to improve our global operations help keep our communities strong. Click here to learn more about our sustainability journey.

“Pay Attention! To the Environment” CAMPAIGN

What started as an idea in 2010 to share Goodyear’s best practices in waste management has grown into a collaboration with 60 institutions focused on reducing the carbon footprint of high schools in Slovenia. Working with Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, local municipalities, waste management companies, NGOs, a health institute and more than 30 high schools, Goodyear associates engage more than 16,000 students in environmental protection each year.    

SUSTAINABILITY AWARD FOR WATER CONSERVATION

During the annual awards ceremony to recognize the most important investments in Brazil, Goodyear was honored for its project to conserve water at its Americana plant in Sao Paulo.

ENVIRONMENTAL GOOD GOVERNANCE AWARD

Goodyear Thailand received the Environmental Good Governance Award from Thailand’s Ministry of Industry in recognition of the company’s efforts in preserving and protecting the environment.

SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DRAWING CONTEST

Goodyear’s two plants in Turkey—Adapazari and Izmit—held their annual drawing contest for children. With the goal of spreading awareness about safety and environmental protection, the drawings of the contest winners are featured in the factories’ 2015 calendars.

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Pay attention to the Environment! Campaign

Goodyear Dunlop Sava Tires' associates launched the environmental campaign, Pozor(!)ni za okolje (Pay Attention! To the Environment), to encourageg youth in Slovenia to recycle.