Dordrecht DuPont site in the Netherlands Case Study
Cutting emissions while cutting costs
A sustainable solution to environmental plant improvements
Among the 112 production plants operated by global science company DuPont, its Dordrecht site in the Netherlands is one of the ten largest. Spread over 55 hectares, it is also one of the first in the EMEA region, having been built in 1959. Today, its 880 employees and 150 permanent contractors produce polymers and fluoroproducts, from Teflon® brand products to the plastic Delrin® acetal, the rubber-like DuPontTM Viton® fluoroelastomer and Surlyn® resins and other packaging and industrial polymers.
These ingredients are supplied from Dordrecht to customers across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and even beyond. The site has been ISO 14001 certified for over 10 years.
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