SINGAPORE – Chemicals supplier DyStar has released its Sustainability Performance Report for the 2018 financial year, in which it breaks down progress made relating to both its social and environmental actions over the past 12 months.

The company cites statistics which chart its efforts to reduce resource consumption comparative to where it stood eight years ago. The figures, though not indicative of an easy road for the Singapore-based supplier, highlight that water intensity has been reduced by 31 per cent since the start of the decade, whilst emissions and wastewater intensity are down 22 and 28 per cent respectively.

This, whilst the firm has registered strong economic growth, with revenues up 11 per cent and workers subsequently benefitting from a collated US$1.2 million.

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