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We want to achieve more with less. We deliver more value for our customers, consumers, communities and our company with a smaller footprint. Check out the following proof points of our activities along the entire value chain.
The world’s largest adhesives plant in China sets new standards for sustainable production in the emerging markets.
We partner with our customers to develop tailor-made sustainable solutions that meet the highest quality requirements.
In the Beauty Care business sector’s eight production sites around the world, we have successfully carried forward the “Total Productive Management Plus” optimization program. The aim of this approach is to continuously identify and optimize all activities that do not contribute to value creation – not just in our own production processes, but along the entire value chain.
In collaboration with the Rhenish-Westphalian Technical University (RWTH) in Aachen, Germany,Henkel is working to research and develop the laundry and home care products of the future.
As a technology and innovation leader, Henkel drives the food packaging industry forward with its comprehensive solution portfolio and expertise in safety and sustainability.
Liquid laundry detergent contained in a dual-chamber water-soluble and biodegradable film capsule is revolutionizing laundry washing.
Over the course of a long-standing research cooperation, researchers from BASF and Henkel have jointly developed ingredients for a new generation of premium laundry detergents.
Through creative ways of addressing consumers, we join forces with our retail partners to promote awareness for sustainable lifestyles.
With spray cans from 25-percent recycled aluminum Henkel could lower CO2 output by more than 4,500 metric tons.
At Henkel, the November 2015 is dedicated to climate protection. Thus, the company wants to raise awareness of the UN climate conference COP 21 taking place in France at the beginning of December.
Through the “(Y)OUR MOVE toward Sustainability” campaign, Henkel wants to encourage sustainable behavior at work through simple actions.
Around 6,200 Henkel employees have become Sustainability Ambassadors since the program's start in 2012.
Anyone can do their bit to protect the environment as part of their everyday life. Just how this can be done was shown at the beginning of October 2012 by about 60 Henkel and dm-drogerie markt trainees at 15 dm stores in and around Düsseldorf. With the help of little experiments, they showed how anyone can save energy and water through the correct use of household products.
After winning a 50,000 euros grant as an MIT Anniversary Project in 2013, a team of Henkel employees helped several unemployed Polish women get back on the job market.
Henkel’s Forscherwelt (Researchers’ World) is a place where children can make big discoveries – with their natural curiosity, wanting to know how and why things work. Henkel set up this child-focused facility in Düsseldorf in 2011, in a dedicated laboratory with a floor space of about 300 square meters. In 2012, the program will also include one-week projects on sustainability.
The “Fritz Henkel Stiftung” foundation is working with the “Teach First Deutschland” educational initiative to increase educational equality.