CHORLEY, England — DVM Pigments & Additives (DVM) recently announced that it has updated its production process to create environmentally friendly dispersions free of VOCs, substances of very high concern (SVHC) and alkyl phenol ethoxylates (APEOs).

"The production updates underscore our commitment to employing business practices and technical solutions that are environmentally conscious," said David Maltman, General Manager of DVM. "Our next objective is to increase the amount of sustainable materials used in our formulations," he continued.

By removing VOCs, SVHCs and APEOs from its dispersions, DVM's technical solutions continue to provide end-consumer product developers and manufacturers with materials that are greener, safer and release less to no toxicity over time.

An affiliate of Textile Rubber & Chemical Co. Inc., DVM Pigments & Additives supplies aqueous pigment dispersions and technical solutions to certain industries, including manufacturers of decorative coatings. Learn more at