Nouryon en andere bedrijven gevestigd in het Chemie Park Delfzijl in Nederland besparen jaarlijks 100.000 ton CO2-uitstoot door meer gebruik te maken van duurzame stoom.
AkzoNobel’s Specialty Chemicals business is studying plans to expand production of high-purity vacuum salt at its Delfzijl site in the Netherlands. The project would increase output at the facility by around 25%.
The Royal Dutch Salt Industry (Koninklijke Nederlandse Zoutindustrie or KNZ) was established on July 13, 1918 to start the first commercial salt production in the Netherlands. A century after its founding, the heritage of KNZ is still significant.
Nuon is to supply flexible energy to three of AkzoNobel’s chemical production sites in the Netherlands as part of an agreement to purchase a total net volume of 1.5 TWh. The deal will allow AkzoNobel to take advantage of flexibility in its chemical production and its own electricity generation to balance fluctuations in energy supply to optimize costs.
Salt Specialties exports its products throughout the whole world and is well known for the strong brand names, such as JOZO®, NEZO®, KNZ®, Sanal®, Suprasel®, Broxo® and Broxomatic®.
Did you know that mixing salty and fresh water can produce energy? We are working with Danish startup firm SaltPower at our site in Mariager, Denmark to test a technology which uses that effect to generate clean electricity.
On Earth Day, Nouryon published its 2019 Sustainability Report. We are pleased to report that, in 2019, we further reduced our product carbon footprint while growing sales from Eco-Premium Solutions.*