SD Challenge winners announced

The Imerys Sustainable Development Challenge highlighted the vast range of social impact projects currently underway.

Imerys Graphite & Carbon increases its natural flake graphite supply capacity

In 2017, Imerys Graphite & Carbon produced its first bag of graphite in Namibia, only 13 months after the start of operations in the new Otjiwarongo mine.

New HQ, new era for Imerys

Imerys has been on the move, gathering all its teams in a high-tech eco-friendly building not far from the centre of Paris...

2017 SD Challenge sets new record

After the success of last year's Sustainable Development Challenge, the 2017 competition has set a new record.
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The Imerys year in images

The energy challenge: Yacht Imerys in 2017

As skipper Phil Sharp makes last minute preparations onboard yacht Imerys ahead of the gruelling 4,...

Breaking waves, breaking records

Sailing the ocean waves offers a freedom and excitement few other activities can match. But for world record holder Phil...

Imerys launches cost-saving new absorbent

A new Imerys absorbent that can remove a wide range of contaminants - from soaps to metals to non-hydratable phospholipids - is set to cut the costs of industrial purification.

Racing into record books

Record-breaking yachtsman Phil Sharp is preparing for a bold new challenge: Completing the Transat Jacques Vabre using only green energy. As part of his preparations for the race, Phil, who set a new world record last year for crossing the Channel solo, must put himself and his yacht Imerys through its paces.

Minerals to machines

Imerys has boosted production of several minerals crucial to vehicle manufacturing as demand for electric cars soars.

Solar-powered motoring put through its paces

Solar Team GB's solar-powered car is set to compete in the October's Bridgestone World Solar Challenge race across Australia and is sponsored by QUARTZ Corp, a joint partnership between Imerys and Norsk Mineral. The Team is designing, building and racing its car to across more than 3,000km of outback.