What’s good for the world is also good for business.

That’s according to Eric Hopmann, chief executive officer of DyStar Group, which just released its 2015 Sustainability Performance Report and revealed that it’s well on its way to reaching its environmental targets ahead of schedule.

The colorant specialist said its resource usage intensity was 14 percent lower last year than in 2011—more than halfway toward its goal of reducing energy, water and raw materials usage, as well as emissions and waste, by 20 percent by 2020. At the same time, the group’s global sales revenue surpassed $800 million for the third straight year.

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