Senate ratification elevates U.S. commitment to the health of the planet and establishes strong foundations for competitive advantage across multiple American businesses and industries
WILMINGTON, Del., September 23, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The Chemours Company (“Chemours”) (NYSE: CC), a global chemistry company with leading market positions in Titanium Technologies, Thermal & Specialized Solutions, and Advanced Performance Materials, commends the U.S. Senate for ratifying the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol. The U.S. joins approximately 140 other parties that have joined the international agreement to decrease the production and consumption of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) by more than 80% over the next 30 years.
Every one of us has a morning routine. You wake up and turn on the lights. Maybe you cook breakfast or turn on the coffeemaker for a quick pick-me-up before work. Perhaps you hop in the car and drive your kids to school or commute to the office for the workday. But what if I told you that chemistry may soon change your morning rituals?
Well, maybe your routine won’t change, but the energy that powers it certainly will.
Chemours is committed to being a good corporate citizen, an upstanding steward of our local environmental resources, and good neighbors with Unshakable Integrity – one of our values. As part, we aim to enhance the communities where we live and operate by increasing access to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. To ensure we’re helping to find and inspire the next generation of innovators, we partner with schools in local communities to provide early access to STEM education and offer scholarships for high school and college-bound students.
Chemours recently released its fifth annual Corporate Responsibility Commitment (CRC) Report, including updates on the company’s ESG targets. The report comes as Chemours opens an exciting chapter rooted in the vision that, working together, we can create a better world through the power of chemistry.
Chemours, a global chemistry company, recently announced that David Shelton, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, has announced his intention to retire from Chemours at the end of 2023. As a part of his transition plan, effective October 1, Mr.
West Virginia State University and The Chemours Company (Chemours), a global chemistry company, have signed a memorandum of understanding to promote the advancement of chemistry and chemical engineering education, and workforce development.
At Chemours, our people come to work every day for one purpose: to help create a better world through the power of our chemistry. In 2021, our 6,400 employees continued driving meaningful change to shape a brighter future for people and the planet.
At Chemours, we are firm believers in the power of advanced chemistry to deliver cutting-edge solutions to industries critical to the United State’s health, prosperity, and security. Chemours creates materials and products – including fluoropolymers – that are key components in everything from cars and smartphones to medical devices and clean energy technologies.
Report showcases Chemours’ global commitment to environmental leadership, sustainable innovation, and communities
WILMINGTON, Del., August 9, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The Chemours Company (“Chemours”) (NYSE: CC), a global chemistry company with leading market positions in Titanium Technologies, Thermal & Specialized Solutions, and Advanced Performance Materials, today announced the fifth edition of its annual Corporate Responsibility Commitment (CRC) Report, inclusive of updates on the company’s ESG targets. The report showcases the company’s collective determination and commitment to making chemistry as responsible as it is essential while delivering tremendous progress to meet its goals.
Creating a better world through the power of chemistry, that’s what we’re focused on. Today, our chemistries enable everyday conveniences such as one coat paints, cell phones, air conditioning, and the internet of things. Tomorrow, that same chemistry will be key to enabling a low-carbon future including critical components of the hydrogen economy. But our world needs more than highly effective and advanced solutions. It also needs them to come with an unwavering commitment to sustainability throughout the value chain.