Ingevity Corp. published its 2022 sustainability report highlighting advancements in the company’s environmental, social and governance goals, long-term vision for operating sustainably, and ongoing commitment to delivering renewably sourced and biodegradable products that assist customers and end users while reducing ecological impact. The company also announced new sustainability goals for advancing environmental, safety and community impact initiatives.

“Ingevity was at the forefront of manufacturing sustainable products long before anyone was even talking about sustainability. It’s in our DNA,” said Ingevity President and CEO, John Fortson. “And while our chemistries and technologies are the catalysts for our sustainability journey, we know our ability to purify, protect and enhance extends far beyond the benefits of our products.”

The company’s “catalyst for good” report provides information on 2022 activity, focusing on four sustainability catalysts for long-term value creation for customers, employees, and investors. Features in this report include the company’s diversification of renewable raw materials to include development of alternative bio-based feedstocks, a report on alignment with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and the introduction of the company’s Sustainability and Safety Committee, established by the Board of Directors in 2022

“Our 2022 sustainability report brings to life the great work our employees are doing at every Ingevity location,” said Fortson. “I’m proud of how our efforts to operate sustainably in 2022 helped us advance to EcoVadis Gold, receive recognition as one of America’s Most Responsible Companies from Newsweek Magazine and build on our reputation as a forward-looking, sustainable solutions provider.”

Ingevity’s new sustainability goals include an environmental initiative for manufacturing operations to achieve carbon neutrality for scope 1 and scope 2 absolute greenhouse gas emissions, and two goals to advance safety performance and community funding and volunteerism initiatives.

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