ADAMA recognized with presitigous Green Chemical Industry award
Feb. 21, 2020
The Israel Chemical Society awarded ADAMA, a world leader in crop protection solutions, for its development of innovative infrastructure for the use of delivery technologies and formulations for crop protection substances, which are expected to reduce their ecological footprint.
The Company was also recognized for its improvement of production processes, while mitigating the impact on the environment, through streamlining chemical reactions and separation processes, waste recycling and incineration, reuse of packaging materials, reduction of emissions and use of clean energy.
The main considerations in selecting the ICS Prize winners are excellence in manufacturing environmentally friendly products or products that are able to improve environmental quality; contribution to the reduction of industrial waste; contribution to reduced energy consumption; and a significant reduction in toxic or greenhouse gases.
ADAMA fully recognizes the importance of protecting the environment and invests considerable resources, efforts and attention in continually improving the safety of its facilities and protecting the environment.
ADAMA Ltd. is one of the world’s leading crop protection companies. We strive to Create Simplicity in Agriculture – offering farmers effective products and services that simplify their lives and help them grow. With one of the most comprehensive and diversified portfolios of differentiated, quality products, our more than 7,000-strong team reaches farmers in over 100 countries, providing them with solutions to control weeds, insects and disease, and improve their yields.
A year ago, ADAMA inaugurated an innovative research and development campus in Neot Hovav, accommodating over 100 researchers. Dozens of collaborations are underway at the Campus with researchers and academics specializing in chemistry, agronomy, agriculture and other disciplines. The Campus is an integrated complex that includes all development phases, from basic chemical research through the development of production processes for active substances to the end product, ready for use by the farmer.
About the Israel Chemical Society
The ICS was established in 1933 as a not-for-profit organization that aspires to further research and development in the disciplines of chemistry, the chemical industry and the teaching of chemistry in Israel. Its diverse members include academic staff and students, industrial chemists, chemical engineers, chemistry teachers, and numerous chemists from all over the world.
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