The replacement of fossil feedstock by bio/bio-circular feedstock will support Arkema’s customers in achieving their climate plan goals by reducing their scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions.
The development of these bio-attributed acrylic materials is an important step on the sustainable development roadmap of Arkema and its Coating Solutions segment.
These innovative products deliver the same high quality and performance that our customers expect from us, while at the same time enabling them to lower their own carbon footprint.”
Rilsan® and Pebax® Rnew® polyamide 11 advanced polymers, Sartomer® Sarbio UV-curing resins, Synaqua® alkyd emulsions, Crayvallac® and Coapur® rheology additives.
Engaging in both complementary approaches of mass balance and physical segregation accelerates our innovation in renewable materials for our customers and partners, to help them achieve their own sustainable development targets.
In line with Arkema’s newly reinforced commitment to the Paris Agreement, we are working diligently to reduce our environmental footprint while developing innovative materials for a more sustainable world.”
**Arkema plants newly certified are Carling (FR) for acrylic monomers, Genay (FR) for specialty acrylic additives and Zwickau (GE) for specialty acrylic resins. In further development phases, the production of certified bio-attributed acrylic materials will extend in Europe and other regions. This dynamic promises great potential for customers and partners to develop next-generation sustainable market solutions with Arkema.