DOMO Chemicals Achieves Major Sustainability Milestone With ISCC PLUS Certification


DOMO Chemicals Achieves Major Sustainability Milestone With ISCC PLUS Certification

  • Now offering TECHNYL and DOMAMID high-quality polyamides with reduced carbon footprint.
  • Certification at three sites in Europe guarantees sustainable production based on the mass balance approach.
  • DOMO and Vimar collaborate for more sustainable electrical and electronics.

In a landmark achievement for sustainable manufacturing, DOMO Chemicals, a global leader in engineered materials, has earned the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) PLUS certification.

Covering DOMO’s sites in Leuna (Germany), Gorzow (Poland), and Arco (Italy), this certification enables the company to offer eco-friendly versions of its entire TECHNYL and DOMAMID Polyamide 6 product lines, enhancing the customer’s choice while maintaining high-quality standards.

ISCC PLUS is a globally recognized certification focusing on sustainable production through the mass balance approach. This innovative method seamlessly integrates bio-circular and circular materials into existing production processes, ensuring meticulous tracking and verification from their entry into the production process to the final product. This chain of custody is powered by Circularise, a mass balance software solution provider.

DOMO Chemicals now offers an extended range of TECHNYL or DOMAMID solutions with various percentages of recycled content, without any compromise on performance. This new solution complements the TECHNYL 4EARTH range and underscores DOMO’s commitment to reducing environmental impact and supporting the circular economy.

More sustainable solutions in electrical and electronics

In collaboration with Vimar, a leader in the electrical and electronics offering, DOMO has developed a new, halogen-free, self-extinguishing polyamide 6. This material, certified by ISCC PLUS, is composed of bio-cycle raw materials, including recycled processing waste, avoiding landfill or incineration disposal.

“With this new material, we are continuing along a path aimed at reducing the environmental impact of our products,” says Sandro Bernardi, Vimar’s Technical Director. “The ISCC PLUS approach has allowed us to introduce a sustainable material in applications that require excellent mechanical, thermal and aesthetic performance,” concludes Bernardi.

“With ISCC PLUS, DOMO Chemicals has taken an important step towards offering sustainable plastics using bio-circular and circular feedstock as a starting material,” completes Giampaolo Buzzi, Business Recycling Manager. “In addition, we are also progressing on new recycling technologies with the aim to facilitate the recycling of endo of life products, reinforcing our commitment to a sustainable future.“

DOMO Chemicals invites customers and stakeholders to explore these sustainable solutions and join in advancing environmental responsibility in the industry.

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