In another example of industry-wide collaboration to help tackle the climate emergency, the Flue2Chem Innovate UK project aims to demonstrate that a UK supply chain to produce alkoxylated surfacants from CO2 is economically and technically feasible.
Funding for the project was approved as part of the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Transforming Foundation Industries Challenge, which includes the chemical industry. Project and supply chain partners working alongside Croda include: Unilever, SCI, BASF, Tata Steel, Johnson Matthey, UPM-Kymmene, Holmen, the University of Sheffield, the University of Surrey, Carbon Clean, Proctor & Gamble, the Centre for Process Innovation, the Confederation of Paper Industries, and Reckitt. Our role in the chemical industry supply chain makes Croda’s participation in this project important, to advocate for sustainable transformation and better support our customers.
ASD Kaleka Mosaik Initiative Impact Fund
We are contributing to the first Impact Fund of ASD, developed in partnership with Tides Foundation.Read more
Improving performance by humanising safety
Involvement and engagement have increased, and longstanding infrastructure and operational issues are being addressed following a pilot Human Performance Programme at our site in Thane, India.Read more