Emery Oleochemicals to Present Leading Foam Recycling Technology at CPI 2020 Sustainability Webinar
CINCINNATI, OH, USA (September 28, 2020) - Emery Oleochemicals, a world leading, natural-based specialty chemicals manufacturer, is pleased to announce that Mark Kinkelaar, PhD, Global Director of the company’s Eco-Friendly Polyols business, will be a panel speaker as part of the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) 2020 fall webinar series. The webinar “Sustainability and End of Life Topics in the Polyurethanes Industry” is scheduled for Monday, October 5th from 11am to 1pm Eastern US.
Dr. Kinkelaar’s presentation, titled “Driving Circularity: Advances over six years with INFIGREEN® recycled content polyols”, will showcase Emery’s pioneering and proprietary technology of converting scrap foam into recycled content polyols. Pilot scale since 2014 and commercialized at industrial-scale production since 2015 in a bespoke plant dedicated to manufacturing polyols and specialty esters, Emery Oleochemicals has led the way to help customers achieve sustainability goals through chemical recycling of polyurethane foam with both closed-loop and open-loop processes.
To learn more about Emery’s INFIGREEN® recycled content polyols product line, visit www.emeryoleo.com/polyols.
About Emery Oleochemicals’ Eco-Friendly Polyols
EMEROX® and INFIGREEN® polyols from Emery Oleochemicals provide formulators and end-users in the polyurethane industry with robust solutions that offer enhanced and unique performance benefits. Many of our EMEROX performance-oriented polyols are certified under the USDA BioPreferred® Program and contain high biobased content (50-99%) to help our customers achieve their sustainability objectives while our INFIGREEN recycled content polyols help our customers achieve circular economy goals.
To learn about Emery Oleochemicals’ comprehensive Eco-Friendly Polyols product portfolio that addresses a broad range of flexible foam, rigid foam and CASE industry application requirements, visit www.emeryoleo.com/polyols.