Essential to modern day life, our products are used in some of the most demanding applications and are fundamental raw materials for industries as diverse as automotive; building and construction; paints and adhesives; food; healthcare and medical; personal care; pulp and paper; renewable energy generation; textiles; and water treatment.
Our well-invested, world-scale assets are complemented by an extensive international supply chain, which provides INEOS Inovyn with an excellent competitive position around the world.
INEOS Inovyn has recently published its debut sustainability report outlining the significant progress the Company has made across a wide range of sustainability programmes including responsible production, carbon neutrality, circularity and value to society.
The INEOS Inovyn Sustainability Report 2021 uses the international framework established by the Global Reporting Initiative, which is the independent body that sets the benchmark for transparent sustainability reporting.
As well as reporting on its own operations, INEOS Inovyn highlights ongoing strategic partnerships with industry associations, including VinylPlus® and Euro Chlor, designed to secure a sustainable and globally competitive future for the wider European chemical industry.
Detailed in the Report is INEOS Inovyn’s €1 billion investment over the last 5 years in safety, sustainability and innovation across its European production network, highlights of which include:
Demanding sustainability targets are not new to INEOS Inovyn. As Europe’s premier chlorvinyls producer we continually push the boundaries, using our expertise and know-how to deliver ongoing improvements to our own products and processes and those of our customers. Not only do we have best-in-class safety performance, but we are taking leadership to drive positive change across our entire value chain, with a significant emphasis on the transition to net-zero.