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Corporate Partnerships


King's Creek in Lassen Volcanic National Park
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Supporting Critical Waste Reduction and Diversion Efforts in National Parks Across the Country
As a premier partner of the National Park Foundation’s Resilience and Sustainability initiative, Tupperware® is committed to reducing waste before it begins and keeping our parks green.


Our Partnership

For more than 75 years, Tupperware® has been loved and trusted in people’s kitchens and homes across the globe. A leader in innovation, design and eco-conscious products, Tupperware is committed to nurturing a better future every day for people, communities and the environment. Tupperware recognizes waste is a compounding issue at parks across the country – particularly single-use plastics and food waste – and continues to increase as more visitors explore the inspiration that these iconic places offer. As a premier partner of the National Park Foundation’s Resilience & Sustainability initiative, the company has pledged to support efforts to keep parks green and enhance environmental stewardship with a focus on reusable products, including on-the-go drinkware and food containers, as well as park infrastructure and recycling.
NPF x Tupperware Brands: Resilience & Sustainability in Our Parks

The Backstory

Tupperware’s multi-year commitment to waste reduction in national parks stems from decades of efforts to minimize waste before it begins by providing quality, environmentally friendly reusable products. Today, Tupperware along with its non-profit arm, Tupperware Brands Foundation, is supporting NPF’s efforts to make park infrastructure more environmentally friendly and sustainable, while encouraging park visitors to do their part by reducing waste.

For more than 75 years, Tupperware has been synonymous with minimizing waste. We’re pleased to build on our brand’s heritage and the impact of this partnership to continue our efforts in educating consumers and preventing waste before it begins.
Miguel Fernandez, Chief Executive Officer, Tupperware

Partnership Impact

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Water bottle refill station made possible by Tupperware NPF Photo

National parks welcome more than 300 million visitors annually, causing an increased strain on resources, particularly waste infrastructure. In one year alone, the National Park Service manages nearly 80 million pounds of waste across national parks.

Tupperware continues to fund critical projects in parks that are in direct alignment with the National Park Service’s vision and framework for increasing sustainability within our national parks, and Tupperware’s goals to reduce single-use plastics and food waste. Through efforts like the installment of 44 water refill stations to reduce single-use plastics in national parks across the nation, Tupperware has assisted the National Park Service in diverting over 10 million plastic water bottles from landfills annually.

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Corporate Partnerships at NPF

Commitment from our partners is critical to the success of the parks. We engage with organizations in a variety of ways that both help our parks and your organization.

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