AkzoNobel paints forward-looking picture for managing wastewater

The global chemicals and paints giant must effectively deal with high-load wastewater while striving towards the eradication of any waste streams. GWI finds out what is in store for water management in its increasingly state-of-the-art facilities.

AkzoNobel is a major producer of speciality chemicals, paints and performance coatings. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the company in its present guise was formed from the merger of Nobel Industries and Akzo in 1994. One of AkzoNobel’s legacy brands, Eka, now part of the specialty chemicals business, was begun by renowned Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel. Each of its three...

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