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DSM Makes Case for Sustainability

1:38 PM MDT | January 31, 2007 | Alex Scott in Amsterdam

DSM says it is making “significant progress” in its quest to become an environmentally sustainable company. Sustainability involves various social, economic, and environmental performance criteria, DSM says. The company says it has yet to set a target date when it might become sustainable in all three areas—an indication of the level of difficulty associated with implementing such a strategy. The initiative includes a range of measures, such as developing novel “eco-efficient” products and switching from petrochemical feedstocks to...

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