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Symrise Receives Top Grade For Sustainability Efforts

January 24, 2013

SWITZERLAND: Symrise is one of the most sustainable chemical companies in the world, according to Oekom Research AG, a sustainability rating agency. The agency examined 101 companies in the chemical industry for their compliance with social and environmental standards in corporate management and along the value creation chain, offering each a rating that analyzes sustainability performance according to a 12-part scale from A+ to D-. With a B-, Symrise received “Prime Status,” as well as a top grade in the chemical sector. Only four other companies received “Prime Status.”

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