Malmö, Sweden – Two more base polyols from Perstorp are now available in mass-balanced form. The company says that not only are the products 100% renewable, if the biogenic CO2 uptake from the renewable raw materials is included, their carbon footprint is negative.
The carbon credentials of the two polyols, Neeture N100 neopentyl glycol and Evyron T100 trimethylolpropane, are based on a traceable mass-balance concept, with no credit transfer applied. Perstorp added that this means it can now offer low-carbon-footprint grades for each of its base polyols. All are ISCC Plus certified.
“As businesses and and consumers wish to reduce their carbon footprint, the demand for chemical products based on sustainable raw materials increases continuously,” said Jenny Klevås, the company’s global marketing director. “It makes us proud to add two products to our portfolio that can help customers meet their CO2 targets and produce more sustainable products.”