Cabot Corporation has been named one of America’s Most Responsible Companies 2022 by Newsweek. This is the third consecutive year that Cabot has made this prestigious list which was established in 2020 and names the top 500 most responsible companies in the U.S. spanning 14 industries.Learn More
To further our commitment to sustainability, we announced our ambition to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 consistent with the Paris Climate Agreement and will be working to align our interim greenhouse gas emissions reduction actions with the Science Based Targets initiative.
By working together and making a commitment to leadership in sustainability, we know that we will continue to deliver solutions that make a difference today and well into the future.Learn more
We support our employees and communities with our focus on:
We demonstrate our responsibility to minimize the impact we have on the planet with our focus on:
We engage partners throughout our value chain to achieve greater sustainability with our focus on:
Throughout our global operations, our employees bring Cabot’s strong sense of community to life. We regularly engage with our local partners to find ways that we can help address the needs of our communities through donations or offering our time and skills. These activities range from holiday gift drives to mentoring students and hosting annual volunteer days.
We've recently announced the launch of a new black masterbatch series made from postindustrial carbon black and recycled polymers. The new formulations are designed to help plastics producers meet sustainability targets across a wide variety of industries, while maintaining optimal performance. The new TECHBLAK™ 85 series includes formulations based on reclaimed carbons, postindustrial carbon black materials as well as recycled polymers tailored for compounding, injection molding and non-critical film applications for use in industrial, packaging and consumer markets.View More
Over recent years, the water conservation efforts at the Maua, Brazil plant developed a closed loop water system which now allows the plant to be considered a “dry plant” with no liquid effluent discharge to the environment. In addition, over the past decade, the Maua, Brazil plant team has focused on energy improvement efforts through the recovery of tail gas steam for energy, resulting in an increase of steam sales to other businesses, as well as an increase in power generation by the plant turbine.