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!

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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Tata Chemicals Europe - 40ktes CO2 Capture Plant

£18m investment to reduce GHG emissions by 40ktes and manufacture medical grade sodium bicarbonate for export to over 60 countries worldwide

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Dow - Barry Site completes environmental project to cap site landfill

This ‘nature goal’ project contributes directly to Dow’s 2025 sustainability goals and demonstrates that business and nature can benefit mutually when we apply smart eco-design techniques

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Croda - Sustainable Investment in the UK

Croda have invested more than £7 million in a new state of the art warehouse in Goole, East Yorkshire. This sustainable facility will create additional local employment opportunities.

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Futamura - Site water demand reduced by 20% or 500m3 per day

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Venator - Community Fund

Giving our local community a helping hand

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James M. Brown - 1.5 acres of 12 acre site dedicated as a ‘Green zone’

Accommodating a wealth of local wildlife and wild plant species

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Johnson Matthey - eLNO®

JM invests £38m and creates over 100 jobs in new UK battery technology centres

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