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Solvay Group, a global manufacturer of fine chemicals, in particular antioxidants, stabilizers, fragrances, polymers and surfactants, has returned to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI World), highlighting its commitment to improving its performance in sustainable development as part of its business strategy.

Dow Jones Sustainability Index was the first global index to track sustainability issues initiated by some of the world’s largest companies, making it a great incentive for many manufacturers and suppliers in the cosmetics and personal care industry. It evaluates key sustainability-oriented companies, is a key benchmark for corporate sustainability.

Solvay, based in Belgium, after two years of joint efforts to increase its sustainability targets, has returned to the index for the robustness of its actions related to sustainability, such as the internal process called Materiality Analysis and the SPM analysis tool – Sustainable Portfolio Management – which measures the impact of sustainability and guides the development of its product portfolio and solutions.

“Solvay is very proud of this achievement, which recognizes how we have successfully integrated sustainability into the way we do business. Sustainability is part of Solvay Group’s overall performance, as set out in the five objectives quantified two years ago to guide and “said Pascal Chalvon-Demersay, Chief Sustainability Officer of the Solvay Group.