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October 09, 2014 | Auto Car Professional
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Europe’s largest organisation for advancing the chemical sciences, has awarded a National Chemical Landmark to Royston-based company Johnson Matthey, a global leader in emission control technologies.
The National Chemical Landmark is in recognition of the company’s 40th anniversary of the world’s first commercial autocatalysts being manufactured in Royston, Hertfordshire, and the subsequent development of catalysts and filters for petrol and diesel vehicles that have cleaned billions of tonnes of pollutants from the environment worldwide. The award was received at an event held at the company’s headquarters in Royston during the summer.