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For 20 years InKemia has been designing, developing, and commercializing new Green Chemistry products and processes. Our insight and expertise in Green Chemistry has resulted in innovations benefiting companies in over 50 countries and in diverse sectors. We work with some of the largest companies as well as small, innovative businesses.
Countries Where We Have Done Business
InKemia Green Chemicals brings global business experience from clients in 28 countries.
Sectors Where We Do Business
InKemia Green Chemicals’ clients benefit from our diverse experience in 17 business sectors.
Agricultural Chemicals (AgChem)
Paints & Coatings
The team at InKemia brings over 20 years of Green Chemistry experience and business leadership.
Previously built and sold a web technology startup. This is her second early stage venture. MBA graduate from Babson College.
Founder and CSO of InKemia since 1997. Graduate with doctorate studies in organic chemistry by the University of Barcelona. From 2000 to 2010 he has been the only non-american member of the management counselor of the “Green Chemistry Group” of the American Chemical Society.
Founder, Managing Director and CEO of InKemia since 1997. Doctor Cum Laude and graduate in organic chemistry by the University of Barcelona. Post-doctorate in organic synthesis by Berkley University in California.
Chief Financial Officer of InKemia since 2011 (collaborating since 2002). Graduate in Business Administration from ESADE (Barcelona). MBA from ESADE and Master of International Management from Thunderbird (Phoenix).
In addition to his role at Inkemia Green Chemicals, Paul Anastas is a professor at Yale University and the Director of the Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering at Yale. His experience includes being in the Administrations of the last U.S. Presidents, including being appointed by President Obama as Assistant Administrator and head of Research and Development for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Prof. Anastas is often referred to as the “Father of Green Chemistry” and credited with founding the field in 1991.