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At Kemira, we use our chemistry to improve your everyday. It means making your packaging lighter and stronger, your paper towels softer, and your print colors brighter. We make your drinking water safe, your wastewater clean, and by adding our chemistry, you get more out of energy resources.
By adding our expertise, your everyday business runs smoother and more efficiently. You add a committed partner who innovates together with you and creates solutions for a profitable, sustainable future. Our job is to add value while adding peace of mind.
We call it adding to your everyday.
Kemira KemConnectTM gives you full visibility of your chemistry applications, 24/7. Because it constantly gathers data, you get the up-to-date insight needed for better decision making, faster troubleshooting, smarter chemical management, and improved cost efficiency, and it also helps you identify opportunities for improvement.
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Most of us take clean water for granted, and don’t even spare a thought for our sewer system and water treatment facilities – particularly when it comes to what we put down our toilets or kitchen sinks. The list of things that can be flushed is short, while the list of things that in reality end up in the sewers is much longer. We took a closer look at the problem with two experts from the Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority (HSY).
The sight of beautifully wrapped gifts under a brightly decorated tree sums up the magic and excitement of the festive period – but it’s easy to feel guilty when you see the piles of waste once they’re all unwrapped. Read on for a few ideas to help us get rid of the festive guilt.
Meet our expert
Auli Salakka, Director, Product Stewardship and Regulatory Affairs, has spent her entire career in the chemicals industry, including 15 years at Kemira. She and her global team ensure the safety and compliance of Kemira products, with a careful eye on the future to anticipate any upcoming legislation or sustainability challenges.
80% of plastic waste in the world’s oceans originates from rivers located in Asia. It would be all too easy to point the finger of blame at others – but the full picture is not quite that simple. For years, Europeans and Americans have been dumping much of their plastics waste on Asian countries to get it off their own backyards. But this era is now coming to an end.