Revvity Debuts Inaugural ESG Report

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Revvity, Inc. unveiled its inaugural 2023 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report.

An in-depth overview of the Company’s ESG strategy, initiatives and performance, the report showcases the Company’s deepening commitment to driving more sustainable solutions, along with a culture of transparency, empowerment and inclusivity.

“Revvity’s ESG programme and goals boldly represent what we’re all about – ensuring that every day we are working to be better by not only helping advance science but also doing so in a way that improves lives and the environment,” said Prahlad Singh, president and chief executive officer at Revvity. “With Revvity still in its infancy, it’s important we establish ambitious, yet realistic, ESG goals that will guide our progress and ensure accountability as we look to drive a positive impact on the world.”

Key goals highlighted in the report include:

  • Achieving a 50% reduction of the Company’s Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 2033

  • Reaching net carbon neutrality by 2040

  • Achieving 40% non-hazardous waste landfill diversion by 2027

  • Maintaining greater than 40% female representation in leadership positions

  • Achieving greater than 75% employee satisfaction

  • Further evaluating and implementing gender pay equality commitments over the next 12 months

To learn more about Revvity’s ESG commitments and progress visit

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