Birla Carbon plants in Brazil, Hungary, and Egypt secure ISCC PLUS Certification

07 June 2024

Birla Carbon, one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of high-quality carbon-based solutions, is happy to announce that four more of its plants – Cubatão and Camaçari in Brazil, Tiszaújváros in Hungary, and Alexandria in Egypt, have secured the ISCC PLUS certification.

Speaking on this recognition, John Loudermilk, President and Chief Executive Officer, Birla Carbon, said, “We are delighted to announce that our plants in Brazil, Hungary and Egypt have achieved ISCC PLUS certification, representing a significant milestone in our sustainability journey. This accomplishment underscores our dedication to environmental stewardship and circularity through the provision of advanced products.” He further added, “As we keep securing our certifications worldwide, we are bolstering our commitment to sustainable and traceable practices, setting industry benchmarks and driving toward a more sustainable future. This achievement reflects the collective efforts of our teams globally, driving us closer to our vision of a world where carbon solutions lead the way to a brighter, greener tomorrow.”


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Earlier this year, Birla Carbon achieved a significant milestone by obtaining the ISCC PLUS certification for its facilities located in the USA, South Korea, India, and Italy. The certification process for the rest of its plants is currently underway and is slated for completion through the remainder of CY 2024. These internationally recognized certifications serve as a testament to Birla Carbon’s commitment towards realizing net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

For Birla Carbon’s stakeholders, ISCC PLUS certification serves as a trusted indicator of companies offering sustainable and circular raw materials.


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