Chemours in Europe: helping build a more sustainable future


NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / January 24, 2023 / Since our inception, Chemours has been committed to sustainable products and solutions. In 2018, we announced our sustainability goals, what we call our Corporate Responsibility Commitment (CRC), with ten ambitious goals aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), which we aim to achieve by 2030. These goals are a blueprint for all Chemours sites around the world as we work to develop our sustainable portfolio, reduce our environmental impact, invest in our communities, ensure safety excellence in our workplaces and an inclusive and diverse workforce promote.

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The Chemours Company, Tuesday, January 24, 2023, press release photo

We have come a long way on some goals and have a long way to go on others. But our commitment is unwavering. For us, these goals represent a global business commitment and are a reflection of the culture, values ​​and ethics we embrace as an organization. They are also an extension of our core strategy to meet the essential needs of society in a changing, environmentally conscious world that demands and expects more today and tomorrow. Pursuing these goals will also help us better serve and lead the industries in which we operate, through sustainable solutions and responsible manufacturing.

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As a global company with 6,400 employees serving customers around the world, our work locations play an important role in advancing our CRC goals, including our manufacturing sites and offices in Europe. Our European footprint supports all facets of our business and is involved in exciting projects such as the Remove2Reclaim research initiative to promote plastic circularity, sponsoring a beehive that is home to a swarm of 20,000 bees that are important to local agriculture. Our sites also produce products that are vital to the hydrogen economy, medical devices and 5G data transmission, as well as meeting the goals of the European Green Deal.

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Visit our website to learn more about the progress Chemours workshops in Europe are making towards our ambitious CRC goals.

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