sustainability-exchange

HENKEL NORTH AMERICA

May 7th, 2024, Henkel Technology Center, Bridgewater, NJ

Be Part of this Exclusive Event

We are delighted to extend a personal and exclusive invitation to you for our first Sustainability Exchange in the region! This is an inspirational event designed for you to engage with other industry leaders and collectively shape a better tomorrow. We will discuss what it takes to be ready for the future. In high-profile keynotes, panel discussions as well as dedicated breakout sessions, we explore recent developments in sustainability regulation, how to leverage novel technologies and approaches, and which challenges and opportunities influence our industries.

As part of an exclusive group, you can experience how we make sustainability happen across global industries through our material science expertise and technology know-how. Let us drive industry transformation and shape the future together! Seize the opportunity and directly exchange insights with Henkel experts and other industry leaders navigating similar sustainability challenges and explore opportunities. We are convinced this event is a chance to jointly transform ambition into action.

General Information

When: Tuesday May 7th, 2024

Why Attend?

We invite you to …

… to interact with our experts to gain comprehensive insights into our material science expertise and sustainability know-how and exchange with industry leaders.

… to get get inspired through digital and real-life demonstrations of our leading sustainability solution portfolio.

… to innovate with us and get customized solutions of next generation sustainability innovations.

Agenda

8:30 am
Check-in

9:00 am
Welcome and program start

Morning program
 Keynote speeches from External Experts, the Henkel President North America, and Henkel Sustainability Experts
 Break-out sessions for in-depth discussions on the latest trends and best practices pertaining to key sustainability topics

Afternoon program
Interactive experience of the Bridgewater Technology Center
Expert panel discussion

4:00 pm
Reception

5:00 pm
Event closure

Welcoming You on Site

Break-out Sessions

To ensure the exchange is insightful for your company, in the registration process you can select two of the following topics that are most relevant to you.

Corporate sustainability reporting obligations (such as CSRD) and climate-related disclosure (e.g., California’s SB-253 & SB-261, pending SEC climate rules) are fast-tracking the need for standardized data & methodologies for transparency and reporting.

In a world where the impact of chemical substances is ever-evolving, the focus is on rethinking existing products – including the balance chemical hazard vs performance – and advancing responsible practices when it comes to the development of sustainable solutions.

It starts with us: Reducing the Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon footprint of companies’ operations is the first step to take meaningful climate action and reduce carbon emissions based on renewable energy and energy efficient practices.

Keeping valuable materials in the loop to preserve resources is key to address many environmental issues: With the US facing regulations around Extended Producer Responsibilities and recycled content quotas, the need for practical solutions is accelerated across industries.

The impact of companies extends beyond their own sites along the supply chain: The transformation toward more sustainable raw materials and reducing Scope 3 emissions requires deep value chain know-how and dedicated partnerships.

The sustainability of a product is determined in the product design phase – rethinking the status quo and having sustainability in mind from the beginning is crucial to design products that enable optimized resource use, prolonged product use, recycling, and many more aspects of sustainability.

Corporate sustainability reporting obligations (such as CSRD) and climate-related disclosure (e.g., California’s SB-253 & SB-261, pending SEC climate rules) are fast-tracking the need for standardized data & methodologies for transparency and reporting.

In a world where the impact of chemical substances is ever-evolving, the focus is on rethinking existing products – including the balance chemical hazard vs performance – and advancing responsible practices when it comes to the development of sustainable solutions.

It starts with us: Reducing the Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon footprint of companies’ operations is the first step to take meaningful climate action and reduce carbon emissions based on renewable energy and energy efficient practices.

Keeping valuable materials in the loop to preserve resources is key to address many environmental issues: With the US facing regulations around Extended Producer Responsibilities and recycled content quotas, the need for practical solutions is accelerated across industries.

The impact of companies extends beyond their own sites along the supply chain: The transformation toward more sustainable raw materials and reducing Scope 3 emissions requires deep value chain know-how and dedicated partnerships.

The sustainability of a product is determined in the product design phase – rethinking the status quo and having sustainability in mind from the beginning is crucial to design products that enable optimized resource use, prolonged product use, recycling, and many more aspects of sustainability.

Q&A

Drive to the Henkel Bridgewater site (10 Finderne Ave, Building 10, Bridgewater, NJ 08807). Visitor parking is available (see question about parking arrangements). The driving time from Newark airport to Henkel is about one hour. A taxi/Uber/Lyft from the Bridgewater train station will take about ten minutes.

Arriving by car: Please stop at the guard gate and provide them with your name. Once security has verified your name on the guest list, proceed to the Building 10 parking area (first right) after the guard gate. There will be welcome guides and signage directing attendees to this parking area.

Arriving by Uber, Lyft or Taxi: Ask your driver to stop at the guard gate. You will need to provide your name to the guard. Once security has verified your name on the guest list, your driver can proceed to the Building 10 parking area (first right) after the guard gate. There will be welcome guides and signage directing attendees to this parking area.

Yes, EV charging is available in the parking lot on site near the entrance to Building 10.

Please contact Kimberly Moynihan (kimberly.moynihan@henkel.com) if you would like to transfer your ticket to a colleague. In this case, we will need the first name, last name, professional title and email address of your colleague.

Please contact Kimberly Moynihan (kimberly.moynihan@henkel.com) if you have any questions. We’d love to help!



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