Join ARLANXEO and RDAbbott on Thursday, February 23, 2023, from 2:00 – 3:00 PM (ET) for a free webinar about Keltan® Eco, a bio and sustainably sourced EPDM product line from ARLANXEO with a 10-year commercial history, and a new approach, based on ISCC+ certification standards, that’s extending the company’s sustainable portfolio.
Thanks to a monetary contribution by Cancarb Limited, 16 trees were added to Lions Park in Redcliff, Alberta, Canada. Cancarb also volunteered its employees to assist with planting the trees alongside fellow townsmen.
Starting September 29, ARLANXEO is hosting a webinar series titled “Innovation x Sustainability.” Through December 15, ARLANXEO will hold 45-minute webinars each Thursday morning and evening that will cover a wide variety of topics on sustainable innovations. The technical presenters in this series will address future challenges facing the rubber industry and how ARLANXEO is working continuously to reduce its own emissions in the production and manufacturing of its products; is selecting responsible chemicals for compounding and sourcing bio-based raw ingredients to design longer-life and sustainable applications; is improving end-of-life solutions for rubber products; and can help you reduce the environmental footprint of your rubber products.
Join ARLANXEO and RDAbbott on Friday, September 30, 2022, from 2:00 – 3:00 PM (ET) for “Sustainability: New Mobility Trends and Rubber in a Circular Economy,” a free webinar about environmental sustainability, the rubber value chain, and vehicle electrification. Peter Spanos, Senior Technical Manager from ARLANXEO, will examine industry challenges and explain how Keltan® Eco EPDM is part of the solution.
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RDAbbott is reducing environmental pollution, energy consumption, and landfillable waste by implementing recycling initiatives, increasing lighting efficiency, and minimizing waste streams. Along with reducing its use of resources, the California-based company envisions future efforts to reduce its carbon footprint through the addition of LED lighting.