AkzoNobel says sustainability is one of its core principles. “We strive to lead our industry by empowering people, reducing our impact on the planet and consistently innovating to deliver the most sustainable solutions for our customers,” explains Wijnand Bruinsma, Programme Manager Sustainability at AkzoNobel. “That’s why we call our approach to sustainable business “People. Planet. Paint.” It’s about focusing on the things we can truly influence.”
PPG’s sustainability approach is grounded in its vision of delivering lasting value for stakeholders and customers by operating with integrity, working safely, respecting the contributions of its people, preserving the environment and supporting the communities in which it operates.
Teknos believes that sustainability is the cornerstone. It wants to make the world last longer by providing smart, technically advanced paint and coating solutions and services to protect and prolong.
Sustainability has been embedded in the Sherwin-Williams way of doing business for over 150 years says Joao Azevedo, EMEAI Marketing Director for Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine.
Read more about what these major paint companies think of sustainability and how they plan to deliver it in the latest issue of PCE-International