“Packaging made from recycled plastic is playing an increasingly important role in cosmetic products. But for us and our peers to push on and achieve the target of viable, fully circular solutions, it is vital to consider the entire lifecycle when creating a new design. This includes polymer production, polymer additivation, printing and design, alongside sorting and recycling. By bringing the expertise of all four partners to the table, the team has successfully created a blueprint for the rest of the industry that enables fast adoption and scale up. We’re honored to have its potential recognized with the Sustainable Packaging Award,” comments Stefan Rüster, a Packaging Sustainabillity Expert at Beiersdorf on behalf of the collaboration team.
“We’re excited to be joining with the industry to pave the way towards more sustainable packaging and ultimately greater sustainability in beauty. We’re proud to bring progress through our additives that support PCR use in durable, recyclable packaging, as well as advancing products themselves via science-backed active ingredients and naturals for the cosmetic market with a positive sustainable and socioeconomic impact,” comments Bettina Siggelkow, Head of Sustainability Affairs, Clariant.
AMAI Appoints Aditya A Shriram Deputy Managing Director DCM Shriram Ltd as the newly elected Vice President
ABB to roll out electric powertrain system for ArcelorMittal Nippon Steels new steel mill in Hazira India
Textil Santanderina launches authentic black denim collection based on Archromas eco-advanced DIRESUL® EVOLUTION BLACK sulfur dyestuff
DKSH Extends Agreement with Monash University to Accelerate Green Chemistry Innovations in Australia
The Alkali Manufacturers Association of India (AMAI) announced the appointment of Mr. Aditya A. Shriram, Deputy Managing Director of DCM Shriram Ltd., as the newly elected Vice President. The appointment was made official during the 46th Annual General Meeting of AMAI. Read More
Printing is as important today as it has ever been and it’s a segment that is changing fast. Sustainability challenges are driving the demand for Polytetrafluorethylen (PTFE)-free additives as consumers increasingly look for environmentally friendly alternatives. Regulations globally are also targeting PTFE and its PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) counterparts, meaning now is the time join the sustainable printing journey. The good news is that with the ongoing evolution of inks and th Read More
ABB is working in partnership with SMS group, a specialist in plant construction, mechanical and electric & automation engineering for the metals industry, to provide all the MV motors and MV drives for ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel’s new hot strip mill in India. The scope also includes a large number of low voltage (LV) drives. The project at Hazira, an industrial hub in Gujarat, is part of a major expansion of the site, which is already India’s fifth-largest producer of crude steel. When it becom Read More
Textil Santanderina, an innovator known globally for the manufacture of quality fabrics with controlled traceability, today launched its Advanced Black denim collection in collaboration with Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions. Read More
What does it mean to have “cooked” something? Is heat the only way to break down proteins and transform raw ingredients? If you love ceviche, you know that’s not true … but how exactly does ceviche get “cooked?” No heat source is used, but it still undergoes a process in which proteins are denatured. We’re taking a closer look at proteins, how they denature and what that means for the food on your plate. Read More