13 July 2006 19:42 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--Canadian chemicals majors will not change emissions-reduction strategies even though the country’s new government has said it will not meet its Kyoto targets, a top industry official said on Thursday.
Archie Kerr, director for sustainability with Lanxess, said the company and other international chemicals majors will nevertheless go ahead with their emission reductions programmes, calling it good business. Kerr said his company has cut emissions at its
“Most large chemicals companies have realised they have to reduce their environmental footprint whether it is government policy or not,” Kerr said. He said chemicals firms in the
Kerr spoke on the sidelines of the World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing in
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