Solvay and Hegen partner to bring the first baby bottle made with recycled content to the market
In the contemporary world, organizations are highly focused on meeting their corporate sustainability goals. Companies are partnering across the value chain, and the recent collaboration between Solvay and Hegen is a great example in the same context.
Solvay has introduced a mass balance approach/ certified grade that is free of harmful additives such as bisphenols and phthalates.
Hegen’s premium line of Press-to-Close, Twist-to-Open™ (PCTO™) baby feeding bottles will use this sustainable Duradex™ polyphenyl sulfone (PPSU) mass balance grade manufactured by Solvay.
The collaboration will help Hegen meet its sustainability goals, and the product’s commercialization is scheduled for 2024. It will undoubtedly be a new wave for meeting sustainability goals, especially in the baby care segment, where rules are stringent and high safety standards are expected.