Orion Engineered Carbons announced it aspires to align its sustainability objectives with the Paris Climate Agreement and strive to achieve net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050.

The net-zero ambition demonstrates Orion’s ongoing commitment to address global climate change while meeting customers’ needs for highly engineered materials essential for tires, coatings, batteries and numerous other everyday products.

To make its net-zero aspirations realistic, Orion developed a roadmap with near- and long-term targets. The company aspires to:
• Launch a broad range of products using recycled materials by 2025, and during the same period position the company to enlarge its footprint in the conductive additives space, such as in lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles and other applications critical for the transition toward electric power.
• Generate 30% of its adjusted EBITDA through sustainable solutions by 2030.
• Grow the sustainable solutions’ share of adjusted EBITDA to 50% by 2035.
• Set new aspirational, mid-term goals for greenhouse-gas emissions reduction that are aligned with science-based methodologies.

“We know our goal is ambitious, and we want to make sure it’s meaningful. Like most companies, we can’t say we have all the answers now. But we’re determined to work hard to find sustainable solutions with collaboration, innovation and the right regulatory environment,” said Corning Painter, Orion’s CEO. 

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