Pantheon Enterprises introduces Sustain, their new blog
Welcome to Sustain, our new blog where we’ll highlight industry trends, creative product uses and helpful information. In the coming weeks, we’ll be doing a deeper dive into Conscious Chemistry, recent regulation updates and much more. But for the time being, we wanted to reintroduce you to Pantheon Enterprises. So let’s get started…
We’ve all heard and know full-well that chemicals can cause a number of health issues, or even death. The broadcast news and reports keep this fact at the forefront of our minds—it’s definitely not a secret! But have you stopped to think that maybe, just maybe, chemicals can be used as a force for good to help people and our planet thrive? Pantheon Enterprises was formed in 1988 to do just that and we’ve been transforming industries ever since.
The average consumer doesn’t often need to think about how a heavy industry process occurs or the impact that the outdated process might have. For instance, have you ever stopped to consider how your aluminum can was made? Or how aircraft get painted and then repainted? If you really stop to think about it, you probably wouldn’t be surprised that those processes are riddled with toxic chemicals and excessive water usage. What Pantheon Enterprises has done is take processes like those, and many others, and transform them into something that is people and planet safe. We’ve basically taken outdated chemistry, flipped it on its head, and created chemicals that won’t harm anyone or anything while performing just as good if not better than their toxic alternative. So from metalworking fluids to surface pretreatments to cleaning products and gun care, we’ve challenged the status quo and created better chemistry using the stringent guidelines of Conscious Chemistry (in 2 weeks we’ll post a blog on this topic).
Some people say it sounds too good to be true and they think there’s a catch. Honestly, there isn’t one. Even when you compare life-cycle costs, Pantheon’s products are less expensive and won’t require added fees like HAZMAT shipping and storage or excessive water treatment and usage costs.
Pantheon Enterprises is a chemical company out to change the world. We challenge everyone to think differently about chemicals and join us as a force for positive change. Let’s do this and leave this planet better than we found it.
Coming up next week on the blog we’ll look at what sustainability actually means and how we apply it to our business.