"As one of the first TPE compounders achieving ISCC PLUS certification, we are bringing further possibilities for us and our customers to reach their sustainability targets," said Klas Dannaes, global research and development manager. "It is important to us that we deliver actions and not just buzzwords. I'm proud we're taking a leadership role in driving sustainability in the TPE industry.
"The new materials will complement our growing portfolio of bio-based, biocomposite and TPEs with recycled content."
According to Hexpol, the ISCC PLUS certification allows for traceability along the supply chain via the transparent system of the mass balance approach.
Selected versions of the Dryflex TPE portfolio will be available using this methodology, as well as grades from the Mediprene TPE range of TPEs for medical applications.