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Case Studies

Welcome to the UK chemical industry’s online exhibition of CIA member sustainability initiatives. Each member case study links to our 4 CIA Pillars of:

  • Sustainable growth and innovation;
  • Low carbon circular economy;
  • Responsibility and stewardship of our products and processes; and
  • Our people and communities.

Please browse the case studies below from our members and look out for further updates!

Bottle to bottle: One Stop and Veolia achieve closed loop recycling

Following a successful trial earlier this year, One Stop has partnered with global resource management company, Veolia with the aim of recycling over 380,000 milk bottles per year from their stores.

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Urenco - Sustainable Futures, supporting STEM education

Urenco is committed to promoting and advancing science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.

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ExxonMobil - Solent Decarbonisation Cluster

ExxonMobil has lent its backing to a new decarbonisation cluster proposed on England’s south coast, which could see up to 3 million tonnes of CO2 stored per year.

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Johnson Matthey - CO2 conversion to sustainable aviation fuels

Johnson Matthey launch SAF technology, repurposes waste in the process.

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INOVYN - Hydrogen Storage

INOVYN's Hy-Net is giving business, homes and transport the opportunity to reliably harness the power of hydrogen.

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Urenco - U-Battery wins funding

Urenco's U-Battery provides a low-carbon source of heat and power for EII.

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Croda - Solutions, step change technologies & life cycle thinking

Croda’s speciality performance laundry ingredients provide quantifiable GHG emission savings to customers and consumers

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Johnson Matthey - HyNet

A world first, and the UK’s leading low carbon hydrogen project, powered by JM

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Thomas Swan - Anaerobic Digestion Plant

Thomas Swan has access to a low carbon electricity source that can supply 100% of its manufacturing requirements.

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