Johnson Matthey has won The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development 2014. The prize recognizes the company’s achievements in developing and manufacturing emission control catalysts using resources efficiently, based on lean principles and meeting challenging sustainability targets within its operations.
The company is also celebrating 40 years since the production of its first autocatalyst. Johnson Matthey will receive the award at a 40th anniversary celebration to be held on its premises in Royston, UK on 20 June 2014.
Neil Carson, Chief Executive of Johnson Matthey, commented: “We feel extremely honoured to have been awarded The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development.
“This highly prestigious award recognizes the hard work and dedication of our employees and acknowledges our cutting edge technology in the field of automative emissions control over four decades. It also reflects our commitment to sustainability, both in our manufacturing operations and through the action of our emission control products in improving air quality around the world”.
Adapted from a press release by Emma McAleavey.
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