Award Winning Sustainability

At Celanese, operating our manufacturing facilities to make a positive impact on our communities and the lives of those we work is core to our vision.  

On April 23, Celanese was honored at the Association of International Chemical Manufactures (AICM) Responsible Care Ceremony in Beijing, China by receiving the Responsible Care Chairman Award.  Celanese won the Chairman award for its dedication and leadership in the area of safety, environmental protection and health to neighboring communities and the China Society.

Two weeks later, on the other side of the world in Miami, Florida, Celanese was honored at American Chemistry Council (ACC) Responsible Care Conference by winning numerous awards for safety, waste minimization and energy reduction. 

The awards that Celanese won at the ACC responsible Care Conference include:

As a member of the ACC and AICM Responsible Care program, Celanese is an industry leader committed to continuously improving our manufacturing process and improving safety and environmental performance.

Josh Cheng (President Celanese China) received the AICM Responsible Care award in Beijing on behalf of Celanese. 

Maggie Wang, Asia Product Stewardship Leader, commented about the award “I feel very proud to work in our Environmental, Health, and Safety group, the premier goal of which is to pursue sustainable improvement in health and safety of our employees, communities and the environment as a whole. We will continue to earn trust from our stakeholders and create customer value. Responsible Care is our commitment to an ethic – Do the Right Thing and be Seen to Do the Right Thing.”

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				Steve Ridge is the EHS/OpEx Director at Celanese. In his spare time he enjoys mountain biking and golfing.				

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  1. Hugo Hernandez says:

    Thank you by sharing this information, This kind of information should be in several languages to communicate to our Leaders, supervisors and operations in their languages. Good news in progress as well as remember the to keep the vulnerability sense and asking “What can be wrong?” in each activity that we plan to perform.

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