ISCC Plus Certification for Bolder Industries
Bolder Industries has announced that its Maryville, Missouri facility has been ISCC PLUS (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification) certified for circular Carbon Black (BolderBlack®) and pyrolysis oil (BolderOil™).
ISCC PLUS Certification allows Bolder Industries to bring in-demand certified circular products to market, presenting customers with options for sustainable raw materials on a mass balance basis to meet their net-zero goals; assisting its clients in accelerating their transition to a circular economy; providing customers with the potential to leverage Bolder’s broad expertise across a number of manufacturing sectors for the certified raw materials, BolderBlack and BolderOil; and validates the “mass balance approach,” tracking the quantity and sustainability characteristics of recycled / renewable content in the value chain.
“True circularity has been our goal from the start, and we’re thrilled to see the market demanding that more materials be verified as delivering what they promise,” says Tony Wibbeler, Founder and CEO, “As a circular solutions provider, ISCC PLUS certification is yet another solution we can deliver to our customers—ensuring Bolder Industries products are made from certified sustainable materials that contribute directly to their net-zero goals.”
BolderBlack, a sustainable Carbon Black, is now in over 3,000 products, including auto parts, passenger tyres, inks, coatings, and more.
Additionally, BolderOil has been fully adopted into the petrochemical supply chain as a sustainable oil for well cleanup, solvents, and fuels.
Bolder Industries has experienced a significant uptick in market demand for its sustainable raw materials and is pursuing aggressive global growth. Bolder Industries Maryville, which became a certified ISO 9001 facility in 2021, recently completed an expansion that will increase production capacity by 2.5x in 2022. Bolder will also apply for ISCC PLUS certification upon the commissioning of its next two facilities in Terre Haute, Indiana and Antwerp, Belgium, slated for 2023 and 2024, respectively.