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New Dishwashing Liquid Helps Advance Henkel’s Sustainability Strategy

July 16, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Henkel says that for the first time its researchers have combined surfactants and enzymes to create a liquid hand-dishwashing product (Pril against Grease and Crust) that can split starch molecules. The achievement, which reduces CO2 emissions as well as the amount of resources and raw materials used, also means that the starch remains of dried rice and noodles can be quickly removed. The company says the concept of “achieving more with less” is the basis of its sustainability strategy: creating value for itself, customers, and communities at a reduced environmental footprint.
"Enzymes for more sustainability", Henkel, July 16, 2014, © Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
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