"Life Cycle Analyzer" supports sustainable solutions
Life cycle assessment tool developed for Europe under
BASF’s “Green Sense® Concrete” approach
Sustainable solutions for concrete gain importance
With the newly developed “Life Cycle Analyzer” BASF helps to
improve concrete characteristics. The special software offers
solutions in major concrete improvement areas like process
BASF News Release
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BASF gives Seattle Mariners green boost to launch ‘Sustainable Saturdays’ at Safeco Field
First 10,000 fans at Earth Day weekend game take home free ‘Kitchen Catcher’ compost kit with compostable bags
KNOXVILLE, TN – Toshiba International Corporation (TIC), a leader in solid-state lighting, has chosen Shelton Group as the agency of record to develop a comprehensive marketing and communications campaign to market its innovative LED lighting products in the United States.
“Now, explain it to me like I’m a four year old,” says Denzel Washington to Tom Hanks in the 1993 film Philadelphia. We pose this same question to the Global Reporting Initiative, the standard-setter for sustainability reporting.
Joint news release
PETRONAS and BASF move ahead with expansion of partnership
Partners sign "Heads of Agreement" for development of new project in
Further progress on expansion plan for current joint venture in Kuantan
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – March 6, 2012 – PETRONAS and BASF have taken the
BASF acquires extrusion technology from B.C. Foam:
PET foams for the wind energy sector
BASF expands portfolio for wind power
Strengthened competence for automotive, aeronautics and
BASF has purchased the PET foam business of the Italian company
B.C. Foam S.p.A., headquartered in Volpiano. The companies have
Award for integrated reporting
Excellent placing in sustainability reporting ranking of
Germany’s 150 biggest industrial and service companies
Rankings for greater comparability of sustainability reporting
Berlin, Germany – February 28, 2012 – BASF was honored yesterday
for its Report 2010, which documents the company’s economic,
BASF has established new ambitious environmental, health and safety goals. The company wants to increase its energy efficiency – defined as the amount of sales products in relation to the primary energy demand – worldwide by 35 percent by 2020, compared to the previous goal of 25 percent.
By David Stevenson
Mon Feb 6 2012, 16:46 PM
Novozymes has entered into a joint project with the Danish Fashion Institute in a bid to make the textile and fashion industry more sustainable.
According to the biotech company, the textile industry is one of the largest polluting industries in the world, which requires huge amounts of energy, water and the use of toxic chemicals.