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As a leading global producer of specialty chemicals, Chemtura is pleased
to present this update on our sustainability journey. We are a committed
partner in the American Chemistry Council’s Responsible Care®
program
and an organization built on strong values. This report describes the
progress made since our last sustainability report. We believe that the
vision we established has been fully embraced, is alive and well within
Chemtura, and is evident throughout this report.
Through our daily actions, we strive to live our core values and operate in
a responsible, sustainable manner. Operational systems are in place that
help ensure we perform consistently and to a high standard of care and
detail, whether it’s environmental protection, waste minimization, operational
efficiencies or customer satisfaction.
Beyond operational improvements and efficiencies, Chemtura continues
to dedicate significant resources towards creating and adding to our
portfolio of technologically advanced products for greener applications.
These include products such as extended-life lubricants for wind turbines,
specialty chemicals used in the development of clean energy solar panels
and high-brightness LEDs, compounds to remove mercury and other
pollutants from manufacturing emissions, and petroleum additives to
improve fuel efficiency and reduce the emissions in the transportation
industry.
I hope you find this report to be a genuine reflection of the commitment
our organization has placed on the future of Chemtura and the communities
we serve.
Sincerely,
Craig A. Rogerson
Chairman, President & CEO
Our Sustainability
Journey
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4 How We Think of Sustainability
7 Commitment to Responsible Care®
8 Our People
9 Sustaining Our Communities
10 Achieving Sustainability One Action at a Time
12 Our Products
17 Long-Range Sustainability Goals
19 The Future Through Chemistry
Contents
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Chemtura has undergone significant transformation since our last
sustainability report in 2010. Today, we are stronger and more vibrant
than ever, with a focused portfolio of businesses and renewed energy
around our long-term role as a commercial and environmental, health
and safety leader. Our dedicated management team is committed to
ensuring Chemtura is an efficient, safe and profitable company, and they
are the driving force for sustainable operations throughout the Company.
We hold ourselves to a broad definition of sustainability which encompasses
the many elements of corporate social responsibility. Of course, we believe
in being responsible stewards of the environment, but, for us, sustainability
also means taking care of our people, our communities, our customers
and our shareholders. While progress has been made over the last several
years, we believe and are committed to demonstrating that Chemtura can
be even more effective in all our sustainability efforts.
If you have any questions or would like any additional information about
Chemtura or this sustainability report, please visit us at Chemtura.com,
or e-mail doingmypart@chemtura.com
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How We Think
of Sustainability
Chemtura Corporation, headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA is one of the largest publicly
traded specialty chemical companies in the United States and is a leader in several global markets.
With approximately 2,500 employees around the world and regional headquarters in Shanghai, China;
Middlebury, Connecticut, USA; and Trafford Park, UK, Chemtura provides products and services in more
than 80 countries and maintains worldwide manufacturing and research facilities, as well as global sales
offices. Annual sales in 2015 were $1.7 billion.
Major end markets served by Chemtura include building and construction, durable goods, electrical and
electronics, industrial, energy and transportation.
ABOUT CHEMTURA
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Our Code of Business Conduct, the cornerstone of our ethics and compliance program, sets
the standards by which we conduct business. This Code embodies our commitment to ethical
business practices and applies to all Chemtura employees, regardless of title or position. Our
core principles and priorities, specifically selected to promote sustainable decision-making
and actions, include:
Safety and Environmental Stewardship
We ensure that our products are safe for customer use, safe
for our employees to produce, and that our manufacturing
processes do not harm the environment or the communities
where we live and work.
Ethical Conduct
We know that to compete and build a successful long-term
business, we need to adhere to the principles embodied in
our Code of Business Conduct.
Customer Focus
The more we listen to our customers, the better we
understand their needs today and the better we are able
to anticipate their needs in the future. We strive to deliver more than our customers expect,
and we empower our local teams to be more responsive to customer needs.
Diversity
We are strengthened by our differences. Not only do we value the wide range of
nationalities, religions and races that Chemtura employees represent, we also value
the diversity of experience, opinions and ideas.
Leadership and Empowerment
We are all able to make a difference at Chemtura, regardless of position. Our
Company invests in its employees so that our personal growth can parallel our
Company’s growth.
Speed
  We pride ourselves on being nimble. Though systems are in place to avoid hasty
decisions, our agility enables us to better serve our customers.
Reliability and Accountability
We make meaningful commitments and always do what we say we are
going to do.
Our Values
Corporate Responsibility
is the Foundation of a
Sustainable Business Model
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Chemtura is strongly committed to respecting and
protecting basic human rights wherever we operate.
In support of this commitment, our training and policies
are designed to reinforce:
¶ Compliance with all applicable laws relating to
minimum wage, overtime and maximum hour rules;
¶ Commitment to fair labor practices; and,
¶ Prohibition against child or forced labor in any of our
global operations or facilities, regardless of whether
such practices are prohibited in a particular jurisdiction.
Sustainable Procurement
and Conflict Minerals
Chemtura sources its raw materials from suppliers who
only provide “conflict-free” minerals. Chemtura requires
all suppliers of tin, the conflict mineral Chemtura uses,
to provide a completed Global e-Sustainability Initiative
(GeSI) and Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition®
(EICC®
) Conflict Minerals Reporting Template. This
template was developed to facilitate disclosure and the
communication of information regarding smelters
and refiners that provide material to a company’s supply
chain. Providing this information documents the countries
of origin for the tin our suppliers purchase and further
supports our suppliers’ commitment to becoming and
remaining conflict free.
Slavery and
Human Trafficking
Chemtura has been a longstanding partner of the American Chemistry
Council (ACC) and its Responsible Care®
program. All of our US-based
manufacturing facilities have been verified through third-party registrars
to conform to the ACC Guiding Principles and RC14001 standard, which
now includes process safety and product safety codes. Every year, each of
our RC14001 certified sites undergo rigorous internal and external auditing
to ensure the integrity of the management system is functioning and we
remain effective in our continuous improvement endeavors. In addition to
maintaining this certification, several Chemtura facilities have been recognized
by the ACC for attaining safety “excellence” (facilities with zero deaths, zero
days away from work, and zero job transfers or restrictions among both
employees and contractors in 2015) and safety “honors” (facilities with zero
deaths, zero days away from work, and zero job transfers or restrictions
among employees in 2015) level performance.
ACC RESpOnSiBLE CARE®
AwARDS             HOnORS      EXCELLEnCE
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Because the ACC awards are specifically designated for U.S. facilities that
meet Responsible Care®
Recognition Criteria, global Chemtura facilities were
also recognized internally as meeting the excellence level of performance,
with most having achieved two or more years without a significant injury or
operational event. These include: Altamira and Reynosa, Mexico; Amsterdam,
The Netherlands; Bergkamen, Germany; Elmira and West Hill, Canada;
Kaohsiung, Taiwan; Latina, Italy; Nantong, China; Rio Claro, Brazil; and
Accrington and Trafford Park, England.
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Commitment to
Responsible Care®
In addition to our U.S. facilities, several of our international facilities have
adopted the Responsible Care®
principles of their respective countries,
including facilities in Brazil, Canada and Germany. Concurrently, all of our
global facilities also adhere to our corporate management system, which is
also certified to RC14001, with many of our facilities also certified to other
management systems, such as:
¶ ISO9001
¶ ISO14001
¶ ISO50001
¶ OHSAS18001
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Our people are the foundation and motivation
for Chemtura’s safety and health programs.
Our commitment and passion for sustaining a
safe workforce has resulted in the tremendous
improvement we’ve experienced as an
organization over the past several years and is
why Chemtura experienced an all-time record
low in our employee recordable injury rate of
0.22 per 100 employees in 2015. While we’re
pleased with this improvement, we continue
to look for additional opportunities in our
programs to fulfill our goal of zero incidents.
Diversity
Our differences are our strength. Not only do we value the wide range of nationalities, religions and races that Chemtura employees
represent, we also value the diversity of experience, opinions and ideas. Chemtura promotes a diverse workplace where we each
receive equal opportunities for success. Employment decisions are not based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual
orientation, gender, marital status, age, disability, veteran status or any other factor protected by law.
Our People
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
Over the past five years,
Chemtura has reduced its
total recordable case rate
(TRCR) by more than 55%.
These rates include employees
and contractors .
0.83
0.59
0.28
0.66
0.37
Global Diversity US Ethnic Minority Employment by Region
19.5%
80.5%
22.0%
78.0%
51.1%
6.5%
32.7%
9.7%
Male Female Minority Non-Minority Asia Pacific
Europe, Middle
East and Africa
Latin America
North America
Jeff Merriman, Chemtura Canada
Jeff Merriman, the environmental remediation manager for Chemtura Canada, has a passion
for providing access to clean water. Outside of work, Jeff volunteers with the Canadian
charity Water Ambassadors Canada (WAC) and annually leads a team to Central America
where they repair water wells in rural villages. While there are a large number of wells in
those countries, many are in disrepair from constant use and the inability or the inadequate
financial resources to maintain them. Within a day’s drive of Matagalpa, Nicaragua, where
Jeff’s team typically travels, there are more than 1,000 defective wells. Teams from WAC
repair six to eight wells per week (at an estimated cost of $2,500 Canadian dollars per repair
or $7,000 to drill a new well), giving hundreds of people access to clean water. WAC teams
fund their own trips (covering the cost of airfare, in-country transportation, food and
lodging) and raise money for the repairs.
As a global company, Chemtura is committed to helping improve the communities where we operate. The towns and cities that
host Chemtura facilities are more than just sites for our factories and and offices. Rather, they are the places our employees, friends,
neighbors and customers call home. We take our position as a member of these communities very seriously and are actively engaged
in programs and practices to preserve and protect them.
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Sustaining Our
Communities
Chemtura’s 2015 End-of Summer Picnic
featured a dunk tank that was also a
fundraiser for the United Way.
Rio Claro, Brazil
In October 2015 employees in Rio Claro recognized “Pink-tober”
(Breast Cancer Awareness Month) by wearing pink and raising
funds and awareness for local breast cancer charities.
Trafford park, Manchester,
United Kingdom
The employees and management
of Chemtura’s European regional
headquarters in Trafford Park
actively support a number of local
organizations. These include the
Catalyst Museum in Widnes and the
Sale Water Park where, in 2015, they
volunteered for a project maintaining
trails on the Park’s grounds. Ankerweg, The netherlands
On Saturday, September 26, 2015, the Ankerweg team participated
in the annual Day of Chemistry, which is an opportunity for chemical
companies to open their doors for community members to see
demonstrations of safety, innovation and sustainability within the
chemical industry. Ankerweg was visited by more than 200 of our
neighbors who enjoyed plant tours and demonstrations.
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Employees in Kaohsiung celebrated Earth Day 2015 by promoting
carbon-free, green transportation. Many employees cycled to
work that day and prevented approximately 30.5 kg in carbon
emissions per employee (vs. commuting by car). In addition, each
employee received a vegetable sandwich for lunch, saving 15.6 kg
in carbon emissions per person (vs. a meat-based meal).
Connecticut and pennsylvania, USA
In 2015, Chemtura’s North American regional headquarters again joined forces with the United
Way of Greater Waterbury to help our neighbors in need through the, “Put A Hand Up To Help”
fundraising campaign. United Way of Greater Waterbury relies on the generous support and
dedication of community members and businesses to create opportunities that help families
and individuals increase their financial stability, ensure basic needs for food, housing and
healthcare are met, and provide children with the tools needed to build successful lives. In the
2015 campaign season, more than 75% of Chemtura employees at the Middlebury, Naugatuck
and Philadelphia locations participated in the annual campaign and fundraising events,
contributing $120,350, including our corporate gift, Chemtura and its employees represent
one of the largest annual campaign contributors to the United Way of Greater Waterbury, CT.
sustainabilit
Chemtura believes environmental stewardship and operational excellence must be integrated and aligned for us to think of ourselves
as successful. Strong leadership and focused resources appropriate to each of our locations has led to improvements in operational
efficiencies that allow us to better sustain our operations and reduce our environmental footprint.
There are many compelling examples throughout Chemtura on how our innovation, commitment to sustainability, and leadership
creates employees who are focused and thinking about Chemtura 30 years from now — not just here and now. Because of
this thoughtfulness in how we operate and the improvements we pass along to our customers through innovative solutions, our
commitment is felt in a much broader, more impactful manner.
Waste Reduction
Achieving Sustainability
One Action at a Time
We’ve Got Sustainability in the Bag
Our El Dorado, Arkansas operation
drastically reduced the packaging of
the raw material for a key product,
Emerald Innovation®
3000, which is
shipped by using large “super sacks”
rather than coated corrugated boxes.
These materials are now also delivered
on reusable pallets.
Tossing Old Electronics
Does Not Compute
Rather than disposing of
obsolete computers and
laptops, Chemtura has
entered into an agreement
to recycle all obsolete PCs.
Recycling Hazardous Waste and
Reducing Transportation Emissions
Use of a local verified recycler and an improved process allowed
Chemtura’s El Dorado facility to recover 91% of a hazardous waste
stream, which avoids disposal of a hazardous waste and reduces
the carbon emissions associated with transportation.
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Bye Bye, Bottles
Sometimes small actions can have a big
impact. In an effort to focus attention on the
responsible use of natural resources, in 2015
Chemtura’s Latina, Italy facility undertook a simple
project to eliminate the use of half-liter polyethylene
terephthalate (PET) water bottles at the plant. The plant installed
several 18-liter recyclable bin water dispensers for employees,
contractors and visitors in order to reduce plastic waste
generated at the site.
2013 2014 2015
Litres of Water Consumed 71,604 63,744 41,868
½ Liter Bottles Disposed 143,208 119,016 21,168
18-litres recyclable bins - 237 1,738
In 2016 Latina will use only recyclable 18-liter water bins, reducing
the number of half-liter PET water bottles to zero.
ty
Energy Intensity
Air Emissions Protecting the Environment
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Scheming to Reduce Energy
Through a variety of energy reduction projects
conducted in collaboration with England’s Energy
Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), our Trafford
Park plant in the United Kingdom has reduced its
energy usage by approximately 25%. A big impact
was realized after the installation of rotary steam
expanders to generate electricity and the installation
of more energy efficient air compressors. While this
helps reduce energy needs, it also reduces waste
created during energy generation upstream.
Researching New Ways to Save Energy
Moving research and development operations from our Middlebury
facility to our Naugatuck facility gave Chemtura the opportunity
to install all new energy-efficient lighting, efficient air handling
systems and other energy saving measures. As a result, electricity
consumption was reduced by more than 15%, while fuel/natural
gas consumption was reduced by close to 50%. For this work, the
Naugatuck site applied for and won the American Chemistry
Council’s Energy Efficiency Award in 2012.
Smart Energy Savings
The Elmira, Ontario facility participated
in the Enersmart Energy Efficiency
Program with their local electric utility
in 2015, earning a $34,680.99 grant
and saving approximately 370,000
m3/year of natural gas usage. Projects
included a steam system and trap survey,
steam trap repairs and replacements
and the addition of pipeline insulation.
Brilliant Ideas to Save Energy
Over the last two years the Middlebury,
Connecticut regional headquarters changed
all outside and hallway lighting to LED bulbs.
Middlebury also committed to only using natural gas for
the hot water boilers by removing fuel oil storage tanks,
which reduced the facility’s energy usage and emissions.
Similarly, the El Dorado, Arkansas plant converted
approximately 40% of all outdoor lighting to LED models
from higher energy using lights.
Cleaner Air Through Vending Machines?
A major supplier of maintenance, repair and operations
upplies, general industrial supplies, janitorial supplies,
fasteners, paints, sealants, and coatings has installed
vending machines at all Chemtura facilities throughout
North American, greatly reducing packaging and the
emissions associated with shipping more commonly
used materials.
Local Thinking with
a Global Impact
Our three manufacturing
facilities in New Jersey
shifted procurement
philosophies by using local
suppliers, minimizing freight
costs and fuel consumption,
which reduced our
carbon footprint.
On the Right Track
Our West Hill, Ontario
facility worked with a
specialty and eco-alternative
chemical products supply
chain vendor to move
approximately two million
metric tons per year of
product via railcars
instead of trucks,
greatly reducing
transportation
emissions.
A Pallet-able
Solution
Our Elmira and West Hill
facilities in Canada use
100% softwood in most
of their pallets. These
are more sustainable than
traditional hardwood pallets.
In addition, Elmira reuses pallets
that raw materials are received on for
many of their other pallet applications.
Chemtura’s IBC totes consist of 100%
recycled post-consumer HDPE used
for the four corner protectors and nine
blocks that make up the composite
plastic/steel pallet.
Chemtura is committed to responsible product stewardship and has robust systems in place to ensure all
our products are thoroughly assessed and the risks associated with these products are known, communicated
and mitigated in accordance with applicable regulations.
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) adapted the International Council of Chemical Associations’ Global
Product Strategy (GPS) to work with the Responsible Care®
initiative in the improvement of product stewardship
throughout the supply chain. As an active ACC member, Chemtura participates in the GPS within its Responsible
Care®
Management Systems to improve the management of chemical products, provide safety summaries in
simple terms, and strengthen product stewardship worldwide.
our products
Our Product Stewardship Summaries provide the general public with a high-level overview of
information about Chemtura products and chemicals. They are not intended to and do not
provide complete information regarding all health and safety information for a chemical, and
they do not replace required regulatory communication documents such as the Safety Data
Sheet and product labels, which provide more detailed product and chemical information.
Beyond working to ensure that our products are manufactured, shipped and can be used safely,
Chemtura is always exploring opportunities to grow our portfolio of “greener” alternatives. From
mercury removal in coal-fired utilities’ emissions to increased vehicle mileage with innovative
petroleum additives, and solar energy production, we believe that specialty chemicals have a
strong role to play in sustaining the health of our planet.
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Great Lakes Solutions
Great Lakes Solutions is Chemtura’s flame retardants, bromine and bromine deriatives business providing materials
for use in electronics, construction, fine chemicals, agriculture, power generation, oil refining, and other important
applications. Great Lakes Solutions is dedicated to providing products that are the most innovative and reliable,
while helping to maintain the safety of our employees, customers and their customers, meeting industry
standards, and minimizing the impact on our environment and human health.
Emerald innovation®
3000 
Sustainable polymeric Flame Retardant
Chemtura was one of the first flame retardant manufacturers to introduce and promote the
use of polymeric flame retardants as a more sustainable alternative to traditional flame retardant
technologies. The rationale for the use of polymeric flame retardants is simple. In their end-use
applications the molecules are too large to dissolve in water or oils, therefore they do not affect
biological systems. Our Emerald Innovation®
3000 brominated polymeric flame retardant is a highly
effective, sustainable material that delivers a variety of enhanced performance properties.
GeoBrom®
Solutions to Help Reduce Mercury Emissions
The world requires clean and sustainable energy, meeting the needs of the present
without compromising future generations. In response to the global need to reduce
mercury emissions, Chemtura developed a line of GeoBrom®
brominated mercury
control products that, when used with cost effective mercury control technologies,
efficiently remove toxic emissions from coal-fired boilers and power plant installations.
Full-scale tests carried out at coal-fired power plants have shown that GeoBrom
products, whether used directly in the boiler or indirectly via activated carbon, are
effective in oxidizing mercury into derivatives that are more easily captured on
sorbents, in flue gas desulfurization scrubbers, and in electrostatic precipitator
units. The bromine derivatives are added to the coal prior to or after pulverization,
to the combustion zone in the boiler or to the flue-gas upstream of the
remediation controls. Removal efficiencies up to 90% have been realized
with the GeoBrom products.
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Petroleum Additives
Chemtura’s Petroleum Additives business comprises a broad portfolio of lubricant additives, fuel additives, synthetic base stocks,
and synthetic finished lubricants and greases used in a wide range of applications and industries, including automotive, marine,
power generation, aviation, and several sectors in the industrial market. 60% of our petroleum additives products are specifically
designed to achieve defined environmental benefits for our customers and downstream users.
HATCOL®
and EVEREST®
: 
Helping to phase out Ozone Depleting Refrigerants
Our HATCOL®
polyolester and EVEREST®
refrigeration oils are
compatible for use with non-ozone layer depleting refrigerants.
Existing chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) and hydrochlorofluorocarbon
(HCFC) refrigerants are rapidly being replaced with more
sustainable hydrofluorocarbon (HFC).
Used in conjunction with HFC refrigerants, Chemtura’s products
contribute to a reduced effect on the stratospheric ozone
layer. HFCs are already used in Europe and the U.S. and are
increasingly being selected for use in China
and other countries.
new Friction Modifier Technology: 
Reduced Emissions and Greater Fuel Economy
The automotive industry is more focused than ever
on greater fuel economy, and lubricants can play an
important role. Driven by ILSAC GF AND NHTSA PC-11
automotive standards, there is a need for lower viscosity
engine oils, compatibility with emission control technologies,
reduced wear, and extended drain intervals. At Chemtura
we are developing unique additive technology that will bring a
new level of durable performance in the area of friction and wear
reduction, helping to improve fuel economy by 1.5x when used in
commercial 0W20 engine oil. Designed with zero sulfur, ash and
phosphorus, this new innovation is both non-corrosive and meets
OEM emission reduction and regulatory needs.
SYnTOn®
High-Viscosity
polyalphaolefins (pAO)
are used in gear oils for wind
turbines, which generate
electricity with low emissions,
and in industrial and automotive
applications to extend the life
of the fluid.
nAUGALUBE®
antioxidants prolong lubricant life and
help reduce automotive emissions as mandated by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency, the European Union,
the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry,
and increasingly throughout Asia.
nAUGALUBE®
friction modifiers are used in engine
oils to help reduce friction and fuel consumption in
automobiles, helping manufacturers achieve higher miles
per gallon, as mandated by Corporate
Average Fuel Economy (CAFE)
standards in the U.S.
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Urethanes
Chemtura's Urethanes business is a world leader in hot-cast pre-polymers and a leading manufacturer of specialty aqueous
urethane dispersions, solvent-based coating systems and polyester polyols.
ADipREnE®
LF  Low Free isocyanate prepolymers
Chemtura is a leading innovator in the development of low-free isocyanate urethane technology, which brings unparalleled
performance and safety benefits to the market. In fact, Chemtura is the only manufacturer of Low Free (LF) products across
all chemistries, including TDI, MDI, PPDI and HDI.
Chemtura’s ADipREnE LF technology enables the industry to meet progressive safety regulations and
labeling requirements by restricting free isocyanate in urethane pre-polymers below 1%. ADIPRENE LF
pre-polymers have also demonstrated improved processing and enhanced performance of the
finished parts.
MbOCA Replacement Technology
REACH legislation will ban the use of MbOCA in the EU beginning in November 2017.
MbOCA is a curative that is commonly used to cure TDI and LF TDI pre-polymer systems.
When this ban goes into effect, manufacturers will be unable to produce MbOCA in the
EU, and processors will not be able to use this curative in their formulations.
Chemtura offers a complete portfolio of MbOCA replacement solutions to meet
the various needs of processors currently using TDI/MbOCA or LF TDI MbOCA
systems. As a “systems house” we have full access to all available chemistries
and have developed unique solutions to meet customer needs whether it
is for performance, processing, or economic benefit. Our application and
formulation expertise makes us the supplier of choice.
ADipREnE/ViBRATHAnE®
Hot-cast Urethane 
pre-polymer products
Chemtura also offers more than 300
ADipREnE®
/ViBRATHAnE®
hot-cast
urethane pre-polymer products,
which includes a wide variety of wear
and abrasion resistant cast elastomers
recognized worldwide for their
toughness, load-bearing capacity,
and cut and tear resistance. These
products give strength and durability
to industrial and printing rolls, mining,
oil and gas machinery and equipment, mechanical goods, solid
industrial tires and wheels, electronic devices, processing equipment and
a variety of recreational and consumer goods. By doing so, they minimize
waste through less frequent parts replacement.
15
Organometallics Specialties
Chemtura Organometallics Specialties is a global partner for manufacturing, marketing,
and developing specialty organometallic products used in polymer production, synthesis
of fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals, as well as production of semiconductor devices and
photovoltaic modules, glass coatings, and automotive anticorrosion coatings.
Chemtura is a leading leading producer of diethylzinc (DEZ) and trimethylaluminum
(TMA) which are used to enhance the performance of thin-film photovoltaic (TFPV), as
well as crystalline polysilicon solar modules. Chemtura’s innovation enables investment
parity between renewable energy and conventional energy generation.
For electricity consumption, Chemtura’s TMA is a key material used in the manufacture
of high-purity metal organic precursors for use in the production of High Brightness
LED (HB LED) chips. The HB LED market is experiencing intensive
growth, fueled by backlighting and general
illumination applications, which require
more energy efficiency.
16
Long-Range
Sustainability Goals
2012 2013 2014 2015 2025
1.30
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
Chemtura has made considerable improvement
in our sustainability footprint over the last several
years, through local and corporate initiatives.
It is this engagement throughout the business
that continues to drive improvement in our
efficiency while reducing our operating impact.
Our first sustainability report in 2010 was a snapshot
of where we were at that moment. With this report,
Chemtura demonstrates the progress made since
2010 and the improvement we plan to make in the
next several years. To that end, Chemtura has established its first long-range sustainability goals,
which target 10% reductions across all of our key environmental footprint criteria. Because of
business variability, all metrics and targets are intensity based (criteria in relation to production
volume) made with the understanding that more aggressive targets will be pursued, should
improvements be realized sooner than the stated target and timeframe.
Energy intensity
Chemtura has made strong progress over the last
several years in reducing the energy necessary to
manufacture our products and run our business.
Our goal by 2025, using 2015 as our baseline
year, is to reduce our energy intensity company
wide by 10%.
Electricty (Kwatt Hours)/production (Kg)
TARGET
1.071
17
Air Emissions
Chemtura has implemented and will continue
to explore additional opportunities to reduce
our air emission intensity by 10% over the next
ten years. Specific air emission targets are
focused on sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide
and carbon dioxide (and its equivalents).
0.40
0.35
0.30
0.25
0.20
0.15
0.10
0.5
0
Kg SOx/Kg of production
TARGET
.243
2012 2013 2014 2015 2025
.205
.200
.195
.190
.185
.180
.175
.170
.165
Kg nOx/Kg of production
TARGET
.180
2012 2013 2014 2015 2025
(Scale 1/100)
(Scale 1/100,000)
1.40
1.30
1.20
1.10
1.00
0.90
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.50
Kg of CO2 Equivalent/Kg of production
TARGET
1.107
2012 2013 2014 2015 2025
water intensity Management
Chemtura recognizes the dwindling water
supply in many regions of the world, and we
are committed to implementing methods for
improving efficiencies within our facilities.
waste Reduction and Management
Systems are currently being implemented to
document hazardous and non-hazardous waste
management and disposal as part of our operating
footprint. As this information is collected in 2016,
similar intensity reduction targets will be established,
with progress reported during future sustainability
report updates.
1.8
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
Standard Cubic Meters of 
water Consumption/Kg of production
TARGET
1.368
2012 2013 2014 2015 2025
(Scale 1/1,000)
18
(Scale 1/1,000)
From left: Chet H. Cross, Executive Vice President, Supply Chain and Operations; Billie S. Flaherty,
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary; Simon D. Medley, Executive
Vice President, Industrial Performance Products and Great Lakes Solutions; Craig A. Rogerson,
President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board; Stephen C. Forsyth, Executive Vice
President and Chief Financial Officer; and Alan M. Swiech, Executive Vice President, Organometallics
Specialties and Support Services.
We hope it was clear from reading this sustainability report that Chemtura works hard
to foster a Company culture focused on performance and built on strong values and
uncompromising integrity. Structurally, we are four businesses that make up two reporting
divisions. But when it comes to our core values, which includes operational sustainability,
we are one Chemtura. There is a deep sense of responsibility felt by each of the leaders
of this organization for the safety and health of our employees, contractors, communities
and customers. Our global leadership is committed to operating to the highest of standards,
beginning with an unwavering commitment to our workforce and communities. The
passion for excelling in this space serves as the cornerstone for our current and future
sustainability efforts. We have and will continue to look toward the future and operate
in a manner that aggressively seeks continuous improvement.
We have come a long way in our journey to being a respected, reliable and sustainable
global producer of specialty chemicals. And as we look ahead, we see endless possibilities
for a better and brighter future through chemistry.
Sincerely,
The Chemtura Executive Leadership Team
The Future
Through Chemistry
Corporate Headquarters
Chemtura Corporation
1818 Market Street
Suite 3700
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
+1-215-446-3911
Regional Centers
Chemtura Corporation
199 Benson Road
Middlebury, Connecticut 06749
+1-203-573-2000
Chemtura Manufacturing UK Limited
Tenax Road
Trafford Park
Manchester M17 1WT
United Kingdom
+44-161-872-2323
Chemtura Shanghai Co. Ltd.
Room 1703-1705,
China Fortune Tower
No. 1568 Century Avenue
Shanghai 200122
People’s Republic of China
+86-21-3866 6688
Design: ddacommunicationsgroup.com
19
chemtura.com
chemtura.com
As a leading specialty chemicals company, Chemtura Corporation is well-positioned to
grow through innovation in greener technologies. Our expertise ranges from highly
specialized organometallics for making clean-energy solar panels to advanced lubricant
additives that help increase gas mileage and lower tailpipe emissions.
Chemtura’s motto – The Future Through Chemistry – envisions the opportunity to
continue developing advanced technology products while promoting sustainability and
environmental stewardship.
The same philosophy guided the production of this report, printed on Rolland
Enviro100 Print®
paper, which is manufactured using biogas energy, contains 100
percent post-consumer fiber, and is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified.
This report also has been printed using 100 percent vegetable-based pigments
in a facility that is FSC-certified.
FSC is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization
established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests.
FSC certification is a voluntary, market-based tool that supports responsible
forest management worldwide. FSC certified forest products
are verified from the forest of origin through the supply
chain. The FSC label ensures that the forest products
used are from responsibly harvested and verified
sources.
Chemtura applauds the Forest Stewardship Council in
its efforts to raise global awareness of the benefits of
responsible forest management and the sustainable use
of wood and wood fibers.

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Chemtura_Sustainabilty_2016_FINAL_low_27May2016

  • 1.
  • 2. As a leading global producer of specialty chemicals, Chemtura is pleased to present this update on our sustainability journey. We are a committed partner in the American Chemistry Council’s Responsible Care® program and an organization built on strong values. This report describes the progress made since our last sustainability report. We believe that the vision we established has been fully embraced, is alive and well within Chemtura, and is evident throughout this report. Through our daily actions, we strive to live our core values and operate in a responsible, sustainable manner. Operational systems are in place that help ensure we perform consistently and to a high standard of care and detail, whether it’s environmental protection, waste minimization, operational efficiencies or customer satisfaction. Beyond operational improvements and efficiencies, Chemtura continues to dedicate significant resources towards creating and adding to our portfolio of technologically advanced products for greener applications. These include products such as extended-life lubricants for wind turbines, specialty chemicals used in the development of clean energy solar panels and high-brightness LEDs, compounds to remove mercury and other pollutants from manufacturing emissions, and petroleum additives to improve fuel efficiency and reduce the emissions in the transportation industry. I hope you find this report to be a genuine reflection of the commitment our organization has placed on the future of Chemtura and the communities we serve. Sincerely, Craig A. Rogerson Chairman, President & CEO Our Sustainability Journey 2
  • 3. 4 How We Think of Sustainability 7 Commitment to Responsible Care® 8 Our People 9 Sustaining Our Communities 10 Achieving Sustainability One Action at a Time 12 Our Products 17 Long-Range Sustainability Goals 19 The Future Through Chemistry Contents 3
  • 4. Chemtura has undergone significant transformation since our last sustainability report in 2010. Today, we are stronger and more vibrant than ever, with a focused portfolio of businesses and renewed energy around our long-term role as a commercial and environmental, health and safety leader. Our dedicated management team is committed to ensuring Chemtura is an efficient, safe and profitable company, and they are the driving force for sustainable operations throughout the Company. We hold ourselves to a broad definition of sustainability which encompasses the many elements of corporate social responsibility. Of course, we believe in being responsible stewards of the environment, but, for us, sustainability also means taking care of our people, our communities, our customers and our shareholders. While progress has been made over the last several years, we believe and are committed to demonstrating that Chemtura can be even more effective in all our sustainability efforts. If you have any questions or would like any additional information about Chemtura or this sustainability report, please visit us at Chemtura.com, or e-mail doingmypart@chemtura.com 4 How We Think of Sustainability Chemtura Corporation, headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA is one of the largest publicly traded specialty chemical companies in the United States and is a leader in several global markets. With approximately 2,500 employees around the world and regional headquarters in Shanghai, China; Middlebury, Connecticut, USA; and Trafford Park, UK, Chemtura provides products and services in more than 80 countries and maintains worldwide manufacturing and research facilities, as well as global sales offices. Annual sales in 2015 were $1.7 billion. Major end markets served by Chemtura include building and construction, durable goods, electrical and electronics, industrial, energy and transportation. ABOUT CHEMTURA
  • 5. 5 Our Code of Business Conduct, the cornerstone of our ethics and compliance program, sets the standards by which we conduct business. This Code embodies our commitment to ethical business practices and applies to all Chemtura employees, regardless of title or position. Our core principles and priorities, specifically selected to promote sustainable decision-making and actions, include: Safety and Environmental Stewardship We ensure that our products are safe for customer use, safe for our employees to produce, and that our manufacturing processes do not harm the environment or the communities where we live and work. Ethical Conduct We know that to compete and build a successful long-term business, we need to adhere to the principles embodied in our Code of Business Conduct. Customer Focus The more we listen to our customers, the better we understand their needs today and the better we are able to anticipate their needs in the future. We strive to deliver more than our customers expect, and we empower our local teams to be more responsive to customer needs. Diversity We are strengthened by our differences. Not only do we value the wide range of nationalities, religions and races that Chemtura employees represent, we also value the diversity of experience, opinions and ideas. Leadership and Empowerment We are all able to make a difference at Chemtura, regardless of position. Our Company invests in its employees so that our personal growth can parallel our Company’s growth. Speed   We pride ourselves on being nimble. Though systems are in place to avoid hasty decisions, our agility enables us to better serve our customers. Reliability and Accountability We make meaningful commitments and always do what we say we are going to do. Our Values Corporate Responsibility is the Foundation of a Sustainable Business Model
  • 6. 6 Chemtura is strongly committed to respecting and protecting basic human rights wherever we operate. In support of this commitment, our training and policies are designed to reinforce: ¶ Compliance with all applicable laws relating to minimum wage, overtime and maximum hour rules; ¶ Commitment to fair labor practices; and, ¶ Prohibition against child or forced labor in any of our global operations or facilities, regardless of whether such practices are prohibited in a particular jurisdiction. Sustainable Procurement and Conflict Minerals Chemtura sources its raw materials from suppliers who only provide “conflict-free” minerals. Chemtura requires all suppliers of tin, the conflict mineral Chemtura uses, to provide a completed Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) and Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition® (EICC® ) Conflict Minerals Reporting Template. This template was developed to facilitate disclosure and the communication of information regarding smelters and refiners that provide material to a company’s supply chain. Providing this information documents the countries of origin for the tin our suppliers purchase and further supports our suppliers’ commitment to becoming and remaining conflict free. Slavery and Human Trafficking
  • 7. Chemtura has been a longstanding partner of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) and its Responsible Care® program. All of our US-based manufacturing facilities have been verified through third-party registrars to conform to the ACC Guiding Principles and RC14001 standard, which now includes process safety and product safety codes. Every year, each of our RC14001 certified sites undergo rigorous internal and external auditing to ensure the integrity of the management system is functioning and we remain effective in our continuous improvement endeavors. In addition to maintaining this certification, several Chemtura facilities have been recognized by the ACC for attaining safety “excellence” (facilities with zero deaths, zero days away from work, and zero job transfers or restrictions among both employees and contractors in 2015) and safety “honors” (facilities with zero deaths, zero days away from work, and zero job transfers or restrictions among employees in 2015) level performance. ACC RESpOnSiBLE CARE® AwARDS             HOnORS      EXCELLEnCE      East Hanover, nJ                                                                                    £      El Dorado - South AR Operations                         £                                 Fords, nJ                                                                       £                                 Gastonia, nC                                                                                           £      Mapleton, iL                                                                                            £      Middlebury, CT                                                                                       £ perth Amboy, nJ                                                                                    £      philadelphia, pA                                                                                      £ Because the ACC awards are specifically designated for U.S. facilities that meet Responsible Care® Recognition Criteria, global Chemtura facilities were also recognized internally as meeting the excellence level of performance, with most having achieved two or more years without a significant injury or operational event. These include: Altamira and Reynosa, Mexico; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Bergkamen, Germany; Elmira and West Hill, Canada; Kaohsiung, Taiwan; Latina, Italy; Nantong, China; Rio Claro, Brazil; and Accrington and Trafford Park, England. 7 Commitment to Responsible Care® In addition to our U.S. facilities, several of our international facilities have adopted the Responsible Care® principles of their respective countries, including facilities in Brazil, Canada and Germany. Concurrently, all of our global facilities also adhere to our corporate management system, which is also certified to RC14001, with many of our facilities also certified to other management systems, such as: ¶ ISO9001 ¶ ISO14001 ¶ ISO50001 ¶ OHSAS18001
  • 8. 8 Our people are the foundation and motivation for Chemtura’s safety and health programs. Our commitment and passion for sustaining a safe workforce has resulted in the tremendous improvement we’ve experienced as an organization over the past several years and is why Chemtura experienced an all-time record low in our employee recordable injury rate of 0.22 per 100 employees in 2015. While we’re pleased with this improvement, we continue to look for additional opportunities in our programs to fulfill our goal of zero incidents. Diversity Our differences are our strength. Not only do we value the wide range of nationalities, religions and races that Chemtura employees represent, we also value the diversity of experience, opinions and ideas. Chemtura promotes a diverse workplace where we each receive equal opportunities for success. Employment decisions are not based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, age, disability, veteran status or any other factor protected by law. Our People 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 Over the past five years, Chemtura has reduced its total recordable case rate (TRCR) by more than 55%. These rates include employees and contractors . 0.83 0.59 0.28 0.66 0.37 Global Diversity US Ethnic Minority Employment by Region 19.5% 80.5% 22.0% 78.0% 51.1% 6.5% 32.7% 9.7% Male Female Minority Non-Minority Asia Pacific Europe, Middle East and Africa Latin America North America Jeff Merriman, Chemtura Canada Jeff Merriman, the environmental remediation manager for Chemtura Canada, has a passion for providing access to clean water. Outside of work, Jeff volunteers with the Canadian charity Water Ambassadors Canada (WAC) and annually leads a team to Central America where they repair water wells in rural villages. While there are a large number of wells in those countries, many are in disrepair from constant use and the inability or the inadequate financial resources to maintain them. Within a day’s drive of Matagalpa, Nicaragua, where Jeff’s team typically travels, there are more than 1,000 defective wells. Teams from WAC repair six to eight wells per week (at an estimated cost of $2,500 Canadian dollars per repair or $7,000 to drill a new well), giving hundreds of people access to clean water. WAC teams fund their own trips (covering the cost of airfare, in-country transportation, food and lodging) and raise money for the repairs.
  • 9. As a global company, Chemtura is committed to helping improve the communities where we operate. The towns and cities that host Chemtura facilities are more than just sites for our factories and and offices. Rather, they are the places our employees, friends, neighbors and customers call home. We take our position as a member of these communities very seriously and are actively engaged in programs and practices to preserve and protect them. 9 Sustaining Our Communities Chemtura’s 2015 End-of Summer Picnic featured a dunk tank that was also a fundraiser for the United Way. Rio Claro, Brazil In October 2015 employees in Rio Claro recognized “Pink-tober” (Breast Cancer Awareness Month) by wearing pink and raising funds and awareness for local breast cancer charities. Trafford park, Manchester, United Kingdom The employees and management of Chemtura’s European regional headquarters in Trafford Park actively support a number of local organizations. These include the Catalyst Museum in Widnes and the Sale Water Park where, in 2015, they volunteered for a project maintaining trails on the Park’s grounds. Ankerweg, The netherlands On Saturday, September 26, 2015, the Ankerweg team participated in the annual Day of Chemistry, which is an opportunity for chemical companies to open their doors for community members to see demonstrations of safety, innovation and sustainability within the chemical industry. Ankerweg was visited by more than 200 of our neighbors who enjoyed plant tours and demonstrations. Kaohsiung, Taiwan Employees in Kaohsiung celebrated Earth Day 2015 by promoting carbon-free, green transportation. Many employees cycled to work that day and prevented approximately 30.5 kg in carbon emissions per employee (vs. commuting by car). In addition, each employee received a vegetable sandwich for lunch, saving 15.6 kg in carbon emissions per person (vs. a meat-based meal). Connecticut and pennsylvania, USA In 2015, Chemtura’s North American regional headquarters again joined forces with the United Way of Greater Waterbury to help our neighbors in need through the, “Put A Hand Up To Help” fundraising campaign. United Way of Greater Waterbury relies on the generous support and dedication of community members and businesses to create opportunities that help families and individuals increase their financial stability, ensure basic needs for food, housing and healthcare are met, and provide children with the tools needed to build successful lives. In the 2015 campaign season, more than 75% of Chemtura employees at the Middlebury, Naugatuck and Philadelphia locations participated in the annual campaign and fundraising events, contributing $120,350, including our corporate gift, Chemtura and its employees represent one of the largest annual campaign contributors to the United Way of Greater Waterbury, CT.
  • 10. sustainabilit Chemtura believes environmental stewardship and operational excellence must be integrated and aligned for us to think of ourselves as successful. Strong leadership and focused resources appropriate to each of our locations has led to improvements in operational efficiencies that allow us to better sustain our operations and reduce our environmental footprint. There are many compelling examples throughout Chemtura on how our innovation, commitment to sustainability, and leadership creates employees who are focused and thinking about Chemtura 30 years from now — not just here and now. Because of this thoughtfulness in how we operate and the improvements we pass along to our customers through innovative solutions, our commitment is felt in a much broader, more impactful manner. Waste Reduction Achieving Sustainability One Action at a Time We’ve Got Sustainability in the Bag Our El Dorado, Arkansas operation drastically reduced the packaging of the raw material for a key product, Emerald Innovation® 3000, which is shipped by using large “super sacks” rather than coated corrugated boxes. These materials are now also delivered on reusable pallets. Tossing Old Electronics Does Not Compute Rather than disposing of obsolete computers and laptops, Chemtura has entered into an agreement to recycle all obsolete PCs. Recycling Hazardous Waste and Reducing Transportation Emissions Use of a local verified recycler and an improved process allowed Chemtura’s El Dorado facility to recover 91% of a hazardous waste stream, which avoids disposal of a hazardous waste and reduces the carbon emissions associated with transportation. 10 Bye Bye, Bottles Sometimes small actions can have a big impact. In an effort to focus attention on the responsible use of natural resources, in 2015 Chemtura’s Latina, Italy facility undertook a simple project to eliminate the use of half-liter polyethylene terephthalate (PET) water bottles at the plant. The plant installed several 18-liter recyclable bin water dispensers for employees, contractors and visitors in order to reduce plastic waste generated at the site. 2013 2014 2015 Litres of Water Consumed 71,604 63,744 41,868 ½ Liter Bottles Disposed 143,208 119,016 21,168 18-litres recyclable bins - 237 1,738 In 2016 Latina will use only recyclable 18-liter water bins, reducing the number of half-liter PET water bottles to zero.
  • 11. ty Energy Intensity Air Emissions Protecting the Environment 11 Scheming to Reduce Energy Through a variety of energy reduction projects conducted in collaboration with England’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), our Trafford Park plant in the United Kingdom has reduced its energy usage by approximately 25%. A big impact was realized after the installation of rotary steam expanders to generate electricity and the installation of more energy efficient air compressors. While this helps reduce energy needs, it also reduces waste created during energy generation upstream. Researching New Ways to Save Energy Moving research and development operations from our Middlebury facility to our Naugatuck facility gave Chemtura the opportunity to install all new energy-efficient lighting, efficient air handling systems and other energy saving measures. As a result, electricity consumption was reduced by more than 15%, while fuel/natural gas consumption was reduced by close to 50%. For this work, the Naugatuck site applied for and won the American Chemistry Council’s Energy Efficiency Award in 2012. Smart Energy Savings The Elmira, Ontario facility participated in the Enersmart Energy Efficiency Program with their local electric utility in 2015, earning a $34,680.99 grant and saving approximately 370,000 m3/year of natural gas usage. Projects included a steam system and trap survey, steam trap repairs and replacements and the addition of pipeline insulation. Brilliant Ideas to Save Energy Over the last two years the Middlebury, Connecticut regional headquarters changed all outside and hallway lighting to LED bulbs. Middlebury also committed to only using natural gas for the hot water boilers by removing fuel oil storage tanks, which reduced the facility’s energy usage and emissions. Similarly, the El Dorado, Arkansas plant converted approximately 40% of all outdoor lighting to LED models from higher energy using lights. Cleaner Air Through Vending Machines? A major supplier of maintenance, repair and operations upplies, general industrial supplies, janitorial supplies, fasteners, paints, sealants, and coatings has installed vending machines at all Chemtura facilities throughout North American, greatly reducing packaging and the emissions associated with shipping more commonly used materials. Local Thinking with a Global Impact Our three manufacturing facilities in New Jersey shifted procurement philosophies by using local suppliers, minimizing freight costs and fuel consumption, which reduced our carbon footprint. On the Right Track Our West Hill, Ontario facility worked with a specialty and eco-alternative chemical products supply chain vendor to move approximately two million metric tons per year of product via railcars instead of trucks, greatly reducing transportation emissions. A Pallet-able Solution Our Elmira and West Hill facilities in Canada use 100% softwood in most of their pallets. These are more sustainable than traditional hardwood pallets. In addition, Elmira reuses pallets that raw materials are received on for many of their other pallet applications. Chemtura’s IBC totes consist of 100% recycled post-consumer HDPE used for the four corner protectors and nine blocks that make up the composite plastic/steel pallet.
  • 12. Chemtura is committed to responsible product stewardship and has robust systems in place to ensure all our products are thoroughly assessed and the risks associated with these products are known, communicated and mitigated in accordance with applicable regulations. The American Chemistry Council (ACC) adapted the International Council of Chemical Associations’ Global Product Strategy (GPS) to work with the Responsible Care® initiative in the improvement of product stewardship throughout the supply chain. As an active ACC member, Chemtura participates in the GPS within its Responsible Care® Management Systems to improve the management of chemical products, provide safety summaries in simple terms, and strengthen product stewardship worldwide. our products Our Product Stewardship Summaries provide the general public with a high-level overview of information about Chemtura products and chemicals. They are not intended to and do not provide complete information regarding all health and safety information for a chemical, and they do not replace required regulatory communication documents such as the Safety Data Sheet and product labels, which provide more detailed product and chemical information. Beyond working to ensure that our products are manufactured, shipped and can be used safely, Chemtura is always exploring opportunities to grow our portfolio of “greener” alternatives. From mercury removal in coal-fired utilities’ emissions to increased vehicle mileage with innovative petroleum additives, and solar energy production, we believe that specialty chemicals have a strong role to play in sustaining the health of our planet. 12
  • 13. Great Lakes Solutions Great Lakes Solutions is Chemtura’s flame retardants, bromine and bromine deriatives business providing materials for use in electronics, construction, fine chemicals, agriculture, power generation, oil refining, and other important applications. Great Lakes Solutions is dedicated to providing products that are the most innovative and reliable, while helping to maintain the safety of our employees, customers and their customers, meeting industry standards, and minimizing the impact on our environment and human health. Emerald innovation® 3000  Sustainable polymeric Flame Retardant Chemtura was one of the first flame retardant manufacturers to introduce and promote the use of polymeric flame retardants as a more sustainable alternative to traditional flame retardant technologies. The rationale for the use of polymeric flame retardants is simple. In their end-use applications the molecules are too large to dissolve in water or oils, therefore they do not affect biological systems. Our Emerald Innovation® 3000 brominated polymeric flame retardant is a highly effective, sustainable material that delivers a variety of enhanced performance properties. GeoBrom® Solutions to Help Reduce Mercury Emissions The world requires clean and sustainable energy, meeting the needs of the present without compromising future generations. In response to the global need to reduce mercury emissions, Chemtura developed a line of GeoBrom® brominated mercury control products that, when used with cost effective mercury control technologies, efficiently remove toxic emissions from coal-fired boilers and power plant installations. Full-scale tests carried out at coal-fired power plants have shown that GeoBrom products, whether used directly in the boiler or indirectly via activated carbon, are effective in oxidizing mercury into derivatives that are more easily captured on sorbents, in flue gas desulfurization scrubbers, and in electrostatic precipitator units. The bromine derivatives are added to the coal prior to or after pulverization, to the combustion zone in the boiler or to the flue-gas upstream of the remediation controls. Removal efficiencies up to 90% have been realized with the GeoBrom products. 13
  • 14. Petroleum Additives Chemtura’s Petroleum Additives business comprises a broad portfolio of lubricant additives, fuel additives, synthetic base stocks, and synthetic finished lubricants and greases used in a wide range of applications and industries, including automotive, marine, power generation, aviation, and several sectors in the industrial market. 60% of our petroleum additives products are specifically designed to achieve defined environmental benefits for our customers and downstream users. HATCOL® and EVEREST® :  Helping to phase out Ozone Depleting Refrigerants Our HATCOL® polyolester and EVEREST® refrigeration oils are compatible for use with non-ozone layer depleting refrigerants. Existing chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) and hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) refrigerants are rapidly being replaced with more sustainable hydrofluorocarbon (HFC). Used in conjunction with HFC refrigerants, Chemtura’s products contribute to a reduced effect on the stratospheric ozone layer. HFCs are already used in Europe and the U.S. and are increasingly being selected for use in China and other countries. new Friction Modifier Technology:  Reduced Emissions and Greater Fuel Economy The automotive industry is more focused than ever on greater fuel economy, and lubricants can play an important role. Driven by ILSAC GF AND NHTSA PC-11 automotive standards, there is a need for lower viscosity engine oils, compatibility with emission control technologies, reduced wear, and extended drain intervals. At Chemtura we are developing unique additive technology that will bring a new level of durable performance in the area of friction and wear reduction, helping to improve fuel economy by 1.5x when used in commercial 0W20 engine oil. Designed with zero sulfur, ash and phosphorus, this new innovation is both non-corrosive and meets OEM emission reduction and regulatory needs. SYnTOn® High-Viscosity polyalphaolefins (pAO) are used in gear oils for wind turbines, which generate electricity with low emissions, and in industrial and automotive applications to extend the life of the fluid. nAUGALUBE® antioxidants prolong lubricant life and help reduce automotive emissions as mandated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the European Union, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and increasingly throughout Asia. nAUGALUBE® friction modifiers are used in engine oils to help reduce friction and fuel consumption in automobiles, helping manufacturers achieve higher miles per gallon, as mandated by Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards in the U.S. 14
  • 15. Urethanes Chemtura's Urethanes business is a world leader in hot-cast pre-polymers and a leading manufacturer of specialty aqueous urethane dispersions, solvent-based coating systems and polyester polyols. ADipREnE® LF  Low Free isocyanate prepolymers Chemtura is a leading innovator in the development of low-free isocyanate urethane technology, which brings unparalleled performance and safety benefits to the market. In fact, Chemtura is the only manufacturer of Low Free (LF) products across all chemistries, including TDI, MDI, PPDI and HDI. Chemtura’s ADipREnE LF technology enables the industry to meet progressive safety regulations and labeling requirements by restricting free isocyanate in urethane pre-polymers below 1%. ADIPRENE LF pre-polymers have also demonstrated improved processing and enhanced performance of the finished parts. MbOCA Replacement Technology REACH legislation will ban the use of MbOCA in the EU beginning in November 2017. MbOCA is a curative that is commonly used to cure TDI and LF TDI pre-polymer systems. When this ban goes into effect, manufacturers will be unable to produce MbOCA in the EU, and processors will not be able to use this curative in their formulations. Chemtura offers a complete portfolio of MbOCA replacement solutions to meet the various needs of processors currently using TDI/MbOCA or LF TDI MbOCA systems. As a “systems house” we have full access to all available chemistries and have developed unique solutions to meet customer needs whether it is for performance, processing, or economic benefit. Our application and formulation expertise makes us the supplier of choice. ADipREnE/ViBRATHAnE® Hot-cast Urethane  pre-polymer products Chemtura also offers more than 300 ADipREnE® /ViBRATHAnE® hot-cast urethane pre-polymer products, which includes a wide variety of wear and abrasion resistant cast elastomers recognized worldwide for their toughness, load-bearing capacity, and cut and tear resistance. These products give strength and durability to industrial and printing rolls, mining, oil and gas machinery and equipment, mechanical goods, solid industrial tires and wheels, electronic devices, processing equipment and a variety of recreational and consumer goods. By doing so, they minimize waste through less frequent parts replacement. 15
  • 16. Organometallics Specialties Chemtura Organometallics Specialties is a global partner for manufacturing, marketing, and developing specialty organometallic products used in polymer production, synthesis of fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals, as well as production of semiconductor devices and photovoltaic modules, glass coatings, and automotive anticorrosion coatings. Chemtura is a leading leading producer of diethylzinc (DEZ) and trimethylaluminum (TMA) which are used to enhance the performance of thin-film photovoltaic (TFPV), as well as crystalline polysilicon solar modules. Chemtura’s innovation enables investment parity between renewable energy and conventional energy generation. For electricity consumption, Chemtura’s TMA is a key material used in the manufacture of high-purity metal organic precursors for use in the production of High Brightness LED (HB LED) chips. The HB LED market is experiencing intensive growth, fueled by backlighting and general illumination applications, which require more energy efficiency. 16
  • 17. Long-Range Sustainability Goals 2012 2013 2014 2015 2025 1.30 1.20 1.10 1.00 0.90 0.80 0.70 0.60 0.50 Chemtura has made considerable improvement in our sustainability footprint over the last several years, through local and corporate initiatives. It is this engagement throughout the business that continues to drive improvement in our efficiency while reducing our operating impact. Our first sustainability report in 2010 was a snapshot of where we were at that moment. With this report, Chemtura demonstrates the progress made since 2010 and the improvement we plan to make in the next several years. To that end, Chemtura has established its first long-range sustainability goals, which target 10% reductions across all of our key environmental footprint criteria. Because of business variability, all metrics and targets are intensity based (criteria in relation to production volume) made with the understanding that more aggressive targets will be pursued, should improvements be realized sooner than the stated target and timeframe. Energy intensity Chemtura has made strong progress over the last several years in reducing the energy necessary to manufacture our products and run our business. Our goal by 2025, using 2015 as our baseline year, is to reduce our energy intensity company wide by 10%. Electricty (Kwatt Hours)/production (Kg) TARGET 1.071 17
  • 18. Air Emissions Chemtura has implemented and will continue to explore additional opportunities to reduce our air emission intensity by 10% over the next ten years. Specific air emission targets are focused on sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and carbon dioxide (and its equivalents). 0.40 0.35 0.30 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.10 0.5 0 Kg SOx/Kg of production TARGET .243 2012 2013 2014 2015 2025 .205 .200 .195 .190 .185 .180 .175 .170 .165 Kg nOx/Kg of production TARGET .180 2012 2013 2014 2015 2025 (Scale 1/100) (Scale 1/100,000) 1.40 1.30 1.20 1.10 1.00 0.90 0.80 0.70 0.60 0.50 Kg of CO2 Equivalent/Kg of production TARGET 1.107 2012 2013 2014 2015 2025 water intensity Management Chemtura recognizes the dwindling water supply in many regions of the world, and we are committed to implementing methods for improving efficiencies within our facilities. waste Reduction and Management Systems are currently being implemented to document hazardous and non-hazardous waste management and disposal as part of our operating footprint. As this information is collected in 2016, similar intensity reduction targets will be established, with progress reported during future sustainability report updates. 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 Standard Cubic Meters of  water Consumption/Kg of production TARGET 1.368 2012 2013 2014 2015 2025 (Scale 1/1,000) 18 (Scale 1/1,000)
  • 19. From left: Chet H. Cross, Executive Vice President, Supply Chain and Operations; Billie S. Flaherty, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary; Simon D. Medley, Executive Vice President, Industrial Performance Products and Great Lakes Solutions; Craig A. Rogerson, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board; Stephen C. Forsyth, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; and Alan M. Swiech, Executive Vice President, Organometallics Specialties and Support Services. We hope it was clear from reading this sustainability report that Chemtura works hard to foster a Company culture focused on performance and built on strong values and uncompromising integrity. Structurally, we are four businesses that make up two reporting divisions. But when it comes to our core values, which includes operational sustainability, we are one Chemtura. There is a deep sense of responsibility felt by each of the leaders of this organization for the safety and health of our employees, contractors, communities and customers. Our global leadership is committed to operating to the highest of standards, beginning with an unwavering commitment to our workforce and communities. The passion for excelling in this space serves as the cornerstone for our current and future sustainability efforts. We have and will continue to look toward the future and operate in a manner that aggressively seeks continuous improvement. We have come a long way in our journey to being a respected, reliable and sustainable global producer of specialty chemicals. And as we look ahead, we see endless possibilities for a better and brighter future through chemistry. Sincerely, The Chemtura Executive Leadership Team The Future Through Chemistry Corporate Headquarters Chemtura Corporation 1818 Market Street Suite 3700 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 +1-215-446-3911 Regional Centers Chemtura Corporation 199 Benson Road Middlebury, Connecticut 06749 +1-203-573-2000 Chemtura Manufacturing UK Limited Tenax Road Trafford Park Manchester M17 1WT United Kingdom +44-161-872-2323 Chemtura Shanghai Co. Ltd. Room 1703-1705, China Fortune Tower No. 1568 Century Avenue Shanghai 200122 People’s Republic of China +86-21-3866 6688 Design: ddacommunicationsgroup.com 19 chemtura.com
  • 20. chemtura.com As a leading specialty chemicals company, Chemtura Corporation is well-positioned to grow through innovation in greener technologies. Our expertise ranges from highly specialized organometallics for making clean-energy solar panels to advanced lubricant additives that help increase gas mileage and lower tailpipe emissions. Chemtura’s motto – The Future Through Chemistry – envisions the opportunity to continue developing advanced technology products while promoting sustainability and environmental stewardship. The same philosophy guided the production of this report, printed on Rolland Enviro100 Print® paper, which is manufactured using biogas energy, contains 100 percent post-consumer fiber, and is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified. This report also has been printed using 100 percent vegetable-based pigments in a facility that is FSC-certified. FSC is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests. FSC certification is a voluntary, market-based tool that supports responsible forest management worldwide. FSC certified forest products are verified from the forest of origin through the supply chain. The FSC label ensures that the forest products used are from responsibly harvested and verified sources. Chemtura applauds the Forest Stewardship Council in its efforts to raise global awareness of the benefits of responsible forest management and the sustainable use of wood and wood fibers.