"There have been a series of litigations against chemical companies suspected of releasing pollutants and potentially harmful compounds into river, streams, and underground dumps," explains Technical Insights Analyst Kasturi Nadkarny.
Fatty esters are more biodegradable and eco-compatible than petrochemical-based additives as they are organically derived from feedstocks that are low in toxicity and volatile organic compound levels.
"The gradual transition toward the use of natural products in Europe and North America is influencing growth of polyethylene glycol and sorbitan esters, particularly in personal care products such as conditioning and pearlized shampoos, deodorants, and skin lotions," adds Solanki.
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