Founded in 1846 by John Dwight and his brother-in-law Austin Church, Church & Dwight is a manufacturer of household goods such as the Arm & Hammer baking soda, OxiClean, Kaboom, and Nair hair care products. Church & Dwight believes their continued growth and health is entirely dependent on the trust they’ve built with their customers, employees, suppliers, and communities throughout their 170-year history. Maintaining this trust is a crucial element of their overall sustainability approach. As it is, in 2016 Church & Dwight established the Corporate Issues Council, comprised of senior leaders throughout the company, whose responsibility is defining, evolving, and implementing their sustainability strategies throughout the entire chain of operations. Furthermore, personnel throughout the company continue to evaluate and implement new programs that reduce waste, increase recycling efforts, and reduce air emissions, water, and energy usage. Church & Dwight is a member The Sustainability Consortium, which is an independent organization of global participants working collaboratively to improve product sustainability. This group feels products that have been designed and manufactured responsibly directly benefit the communities in which they operate. Church & Dwight is a company focused-on doing business in the most ethical, responsible, and eco-friendly manner possible. Not to mention, they are empowering the people and communities from which they operate to play an active role on making a difference. Together.