Responsible Sourcing and Production

We are working to optimize our resource use in operations to reduce environmental effects and promote ethical sourcing practices and worker health and safety throughout our supply chain. 

Goals

Goals

Achieve 100% recycled, recyclable, or bio-based plastic materials in our products and packaging by 2030

Achieve and maintain 95% recycled or Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified content in the paper and wood fiber used in our products and packaging

Reduce absolute Scope 1 + 2 GHG Emissions 50% by 2030.

Achieve Zero manufacturing waste** by 2030.

Priorities

Health and Well-Being

We are focused on creating a safe and healthy workplace for all of our employees. We are also proud to support pediatric health services through our work with the UCLA Mattel Children’s hospital.

Ethical Sourcing

Mattel’s Responsible Supply Chain Commitment (RSCC) is a comprehensive set of standards and oversight processes that establish our expectations for responsible factory working conditions, environmental protections, social compliance, labor, and environmental, health, and safety in both our own manufacturing facilities and those of our supply chain partners. 

Operating with Care

We are committed to improving the efficiency of our energy use, reducing our GHG emissions, and the amount of waste generated in operations.

Ethics and Compliance

Mattel is more than just a toy company. We are the world’s recognized leader in play, inspiring wonder in the next generation and empowering kids to reach their full potential. With that role comes great responsibility. Mattel is committed to a culture of ethical standard of ethics by our employees and with our business partners.

*Absolute Scope 1 + 2 GHG Emissions defined as total Scope 1 GHG emissions from on-site fossil fuel consumption and fleet fuel consumption, and total Scope 2 GHG emissions from purchased electricity, steam, heat, or cooling; applies to all Mattel-owned and/or -operated sites, including manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, corporate locations, and retail stores over 20,000 square feet.

**Defined as 90% of manufacturing waste being either diverted from the landfill or incinerated with energy recovery, except where otherwise directed by local regulations.