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Unethically Mined Cobalt Haunts Companies’ Supply Chains

Unethically Mined Cobalt Haunts Companies’ Supply Chains

Cobalt, a chemical element crucial for making lithium-ion batteries, continues to be mined using child labor in the Democratic Republic of Congo. With the DRC producing two-thirds of the world’s cobalt and demand expected to increase, companies are struggling to clean up their supply chains, CNN reported. “Dealers at markets … Read more »

AkzoNobel Meets Growing Demand for Sustainable Products w/Giant New Plant

AkzoNobel Meets Growing Demand for Sustainable Products w/Giant New Plant

Paints and coatings manufacturer AkzoNobel is opening a new powder coatings plant in Changzhou, China, that will help the company meet the growing demand for more sustainable coatings solutions, the company says. The facility – one of the largest of its kind in the world, according to the company – is … Read more »

Partnership Hopes to Develop – and Drive Adoption of – More Sustainable Nylon

Partnership Hopes to Develop – and Drive Adoption of – More Sustainable Nylon

H&M and 11 other companies have come together in an effort dubbed Project Effective, a collaboration meant to produce more sustainable fibers and plastics for commercial use – and to increase adoption of sustainable materials – by using renewable feedstocks and bio based technologies. One of the key objectives of Project Effective is to develop a more sustainable nylon.

ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company Maximizes Material Transparency: Q&A with Brad Nemeth

ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company Maximizes Material Transparency: Q&A with Brad Nemeth

Brad Nemeth, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company’s VP of sustainability for the Americas, discusses the challenges and advantages to pursuing material transparency.

Custom Chemical Reclamation on the Rise: Q&A with Veolia North America

Custom Chemical Reclamation on the Rise: Q&A with Veolia North America

Veolia North America’s president and CEO Bill DiCroce and COO Bob Cappadona discuss chemical reclamation challenges, solutions, and trends.

Castello Banfi Adopts an Evolving Sustainability Strategy: Q&A with Cristina Mariana-May

Castello Banfi Adopts an Evolving Sustainability Strategy: Q&A with Cristina Mariana-May

Cristina Mariana-May, president and CEO at Banfi Vintners, discusses the biggest sustainability issues in the wine industry, and how her company is working to minimize its environmental footprint.

SC Johnson Pushes for Increased Transparency Around Ingredient Selection

SC Johnson Pushes for Increased Transparency Around Ingredient Selection

SC Johnson published its 26th annual sustainability today, including a close look inside the criteria the company uses for its Greenlist ingredient selection program. The $10 billion product manufacturer is sharing details about this internal process for the first time.

EHSQ Software Provider Cority Enhances Arcadis Offerings for the Built Environment

EHSQ Software Provider Cority Enhances Arcadis Offerings for the Built Environment

Environmental management software company Cority announced it will be working in partnership with Arcadis, a global design and consultancy firm for natural and built assets, to help Arcadis clients manage their environmental, health, safety and quality (EHSQ) programs.

Food Safety Alliance for Packaging Releases New Guidelines

Food Safety Alliance for Packaging Releases New Guidelines

The Food Safety Alliance for Packaging, a technical committee of the Institute of Packaging Professionals, published new guidelines for food packaging suppliers this month.

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