Ambitious Climate-Protection Measures
RACE TO ZERO
WACKER has joined Race to Zero, the UN’s carbon neutrality initiative. We want to pursue specific projects and measures to halve our greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and to ensure that how we work and make products achieves climate neutrality by 2045.
Smuggling Curcumin into the Body
Dr. Natalie Vladi uses curcumin in her range of Foondiert® food supplements because she greatly appreciates its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This turmeric extract is not water-soluble, however, which hampers its bioavailability. WACKER BIOSOLUTIONS has come up with a solution that “smuggles” curcumin, so to speak, into the human body.
The Sun Is Heating Things Up in Industry
When used in solar thermal energy plants, high-performance heat transfer fluids like HELISOL® from WACKER play an important role in protecting the climate. The solar energy captured does more than just generate electricity – it can also be used directly as process heat for industry. Two model projects in Belgium show how it’s done.
WACKER products serve many different sectors and offer you market-oriented solutions for the most diverse fields of application. Here you’ll find the right product for your needs.
WACKER is beginning the work of decarbonizing its industrial production processes.
You will find detailed information on the 2020 business year in our latest Annual Report.
As a chemical-sector company, WACKER must ensure that it strikes a balance between economic, ecological and social responsibilities. The topic of sustainability has always been an essential part of our corporate culture and forms one of the five goals that make up our corporate strategy.Find out more
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