Sun Chemical Receives Silver Rating for Sustainability from EcoVadis
The silver rating placed Sun Chemical in the top 25% of rated companies within its business sector and was earned through EcoVadis’ assessment in four categories—environment, ethics, labor and human rights, and sustainable procurement.
“Recognition from EcoVadis is an exciting milestone in Sun Chemical’s journey toward sustainability,” said Mike Simoni, Global Sustainability Director at Sun Chemical. “This award is a strong reflection of our dedication to improving eco-efficiency and providing industry advancements in sustainability as we work with DIC Corporation toward our goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.”
The silver rating is evidence of the ongoing efficacy of Sun Chemical’s comprehensive sustainability initiatives which are organized into the three pillars of sustainable operations, collaborative sustainability initiatives, and sustainable products and services.
Sun Chemical’s holistic sustainability initiatives consider both upstream and downstream environmental impacts. Using its ‘5R framework’ of Reuse, Reduce, Renew, Recycle, and Redesign as a guide, and Sun Chemical has made operational and technological developments to reduce carbon footprint, conserve virgin resources, and minimize waste. This approach positions Sun Chemical as a leader in sustainable business practices and solutions across the inks, pigments, coatings, and adhesives industries.
Recognized globally as the most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, EcoVadis has rated over 100,000 companies based on the incorporation of sustainability and corporate social responsibility into their businesses. Comprising over 200 categories in 175 countries, the EcoVadis rating method utilizes global sustainability standards, including the Global Reporting Initiative, the United Nations Global Compact, and the ISO 26000 Social Responsibility Standard.
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