While corporate leadership is increasingly focused on Sustainability and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), it is easy to overlook the key role that effective chemical management plays in shaping ESG maturity. Chemical choices can pose safety and environmental compliance risks, increase air pollutants, and may create hazardous waste. However, chemical choices also impact sustainability and ESG performance by affecting value chains and communities that may be exposed to the chemical at various points throughout their life cycle. They even impact how well the products you make can be refurbished, reused, and recycled, a key goal within the circular economy.
In this webinar, Lyn Ip, Senior Solution Strategist with VelocityEHS, shared how companies should apply chemical management and green chemistry principles to build ESG maturity. The webinar will also highlight how effective environmental compliance and ESG management systems can provide additional support by tracking air emissions, water discharges, and waste shipments, calculating and reporting on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and improving the quality of ESG data and disclosures shared with stakeholders.