We live in a world where the global demand for products is increasing and inherently reliant on chemicals to allow the manufacture, fixture and protection of a comprehensive array of items. We have an obligation to operate within an ethical framework maintaining a social responsibility that will satisfy market demand whilst support future generations. To this end we try to apply the key elements that constitute the standards contained within “The Hague Ethical Guidelines”1 for which sustainability is one. Consideration of the environmental impact of the production of chemicals is of essential importance. P. T. Anastas and J. C. Warner proposed the 12 principles of green chemistry in 1998. We have evaluated our resins using these 12 principles and applied a semiquantitative grading as specified within to allow a comparison of different materials offered.
- Managing Director of CPS is elected to highest office of global scientific body
- Announcing the finalists of the Chemicals Northwest 2021 Awards
- Chemical Processing Services Ltd (CPS) highly commended for its bio-based innovation
- CPS innovation recognised at Regional Manufacturing Awards
- CPS shortlisted at prestigious industry awards