Sudoc, Inc., a new chemical industry company committed to environmental sustainability, has been recognized by Fast Company as a 2022 World Changing Idea. Sudoc’s NewTAML chemistry is a platform technology with oxidation capabilities that replace and eliminate toxic chemicals in a wide range of cleaning and environmental treatment applications.

Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas program annually awards organizations, businesses, products, concepts and policies that are generating innovation for the benefit of society and the planet. In this sixth annual selection, there were several new categories and ideas highlighted for leading change in the world. Sudoc was selected for Fast Company’s On the Rise category of World Changing Ideas. Winners in other categories include Ford Motor Company, Johnson & Johnson and Siemens Corporation.  

With a mission to outperform toxic chemicals to remove them from our planet, Sudoc is a different kind of chemical company.

A founder and CEO of Sudoc, Roger Berry, states, “We are honored to be recognized by Fast Company and included among a prestigious group of companies contributing to a sustainable future. Sudoc’s sustainable chemistry platform is the foundation for a series of brands — Dot, Neat and Umo to start — that promise to change how we think about cleaning products, water treatment solutions, waste pharmaceutical disposal, pesticides and a range of other applications. This chemistry truly has the ability to reduce the chemical burden of our planet and every household. We are very proud that Fast Company has recognized the importance of this mission.”