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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.
Chemistry enables safe and functional fiber-based packaging – and plays a key role in increasing sustainability and reducing food waste. But the features that make a food package more sustainable, more durable or smarter are almost always invisible.
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 municipal wastewater treatment plants are already reaching a good level in terms of their capability to meet regulatory requirements and manage day-to-day challenges; now it is time to switch gear and focus on optimizing processes and reducing resource consumption.
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Over 14 million tons of hygienic board is produced every year for packaging different types of food and beverages. For many board mills, staying compliant with the food contact regulations is a continuous balancing act, and the usual suspects for out-of-spec production are bacterial spores. How does one control microbes and prevent spores in hygienic board machines?
The water treatment industry consumes significant amounts of energy. Depending on the chosen treatment method, process energy-usage can be lowered and sustainable energy produced to benefit operations, society and the environment alike.
While acknowledging the invaluable role that biological processes play in wastewater treatment, chemical treatment brings some significant, measurable benefits when it comes to energy and plant optimization.
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