Epsilyte Aligns With the World’s Largest Sustainability Initiative

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THE WOODLANDS, Texas, May 24, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Epsilyte, one of the leading producers of advanced materials in North America, has joined the United Nations (UN) Global Compact.

The UN Global Compact is the world’s largest sustainability initiative, adopting the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs), as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect our planet, and ensure peace for all. The UN Global Compact has over 16,000 company participants around the world, all holding to high sustainability standards.

"As an advanced materials company focused on durable, life-sustaining applications, Epsilyte is committed to supporting the United Nation’s vision for a sustainable future. Our strategy focuses on integrating sustainability into our day-to-day business processes to track, measure, and report ESG performance and improvement. We look forward to collaborating with key leaders in all sectors through partnerships and industry cooperation to magnify our collective results," says Jon Timbers, Chief Sustainability Officer.

In addition to becoming a member of the UN Global Compact, Epsilyte recently published our statement on Human Rights and our Supplier Code of Conduct.

About Epsilyte

Epsilyte is one of North America’s leading producers of advanced insulative materials. We are a company of scale focused on solving customer needs for lightweight, energy-efficient, and carbon favorable materials. This includes reducing energy usage in buildings, ensuring safe and healthy food through innovative packaging technology, protecting lives in safety helmets and car seats, and enabling cost-effective infrastructure investment worldwide.

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Contacts

Kayla Rivera
Sr. Communications Specialist
Office: 409-422-5912
Kayla.Rivera@epsilyte.com

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