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Global Chemical Leasing Award 2018

The award will acknowledge best practices and inspire companies and individuals around the globe to apply innovative business concepts, such as Chemical Leasing, by reducing inefficient use and over-consumption of chemicals and by developing strong business partnerships along the entire supply chain. 

Companies and individuals are invited to submit applications for the award in three categories: Case studies (for companies), Special Innovation, and Research. The call for applications is open until 22 August 2018 (extended).

Click here to see details and to apply.


 

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News and Events

COLOMBO, 13 July 2018, A knitted lace manufacturer, Noyon Lanka, is ready for the implementation of Chemical Leasing. Together with its chemical supplier Nalco-Ecolab, the company signed the commitment letter. Together...
RIO DE JANEIRO, 7 June 2018, In cooperation with UNIDO and the Ministry of Environment of Brazil, the National Institute of Technology organised the awareness-raising seminar for representatives of Industry,...
LJUBLJANA, 8 May 2018 - In partnership with the European Commission, UNIDO and the Slovenian Ministry of Economic Development and Technology brought together more than 60 senior participants from governments,...

Case Studies

A Ugandan beverage company introduced Chemical Leasing for bottle washing and conveyor lubrication. Chemical consumption was reduced by 40 and 48 %, respectively, and the water and energy demand decreased significantly.

A Serbian confectionary producer uses Chemical Leasing in the bonding process of packaging. Over 30 % of adhesives and 50 % of energy could be saved due to the introduction of a more efficient adhesive and an optimised process.

A large manufacturer of electric equipment in Egypt applied Chemical Leasing for its powder coating operations. This resulted in a 20 % reduction of powder coating applied, 5 % less waste and an improved energy managament system.