The O'Laughlin Corporation embraces the responsibility of procuring a sustainable future. With a kindred allegiance to our corporate partners, we pledge to be progressive in our environmental consciousness. Our approach is cohesive with equal attentiveness to responsible sourcing and eco-sensitive supply chain efficiencies. Our continuous improvement of sustainability measures reflects our self-guided obligation to positively impact the environment for the lasting benefit of humankind. This purposeful, sustainable consideration enables a pipeline that ultimately supports both emerging and globally established brands with environmentally sound products and practices that foster market-relevant claims and storytelling. 

Traceability & Renewability
O'Laughlin is mindful of the origin and replenishment of our natural botanicals and extracts, with traceability protocols actively in place to monitor and maintain ingredient reserves. Prioritizing renewable materials and measuring biodegradability allows us to not only adhere to official designations, but to work accordingly with customers to meet their established criteria.
Green Chemistry & Clean Tech
O'Laughlin is developing a range of naturally occurring synthesis alternatives, including natural fermentation and biotechnology, replacing traditional chemically synthesized methods. We have implemented wide-spread green chemistry practices in a rigorous effort to conserve energy and preserve our precious natural resources. These clean technologies are designed and implemented with thoughtful intention to decrease levels of greenhouse emission, reduce water consumption and eliminate the generation of hazardous waste.
Yeild Improvement Upcycling
At O'Laughlin, we are committed to purpose-led innovation and cutting-edge reduction techniques in order to maximize production yields. Upcycling encourages biproducts of the manufacturing process to be re-imagined as new products. Both serve to enrich the material palette while simultaneously contributing positively to the reduction of waste streams and potentially offering amortized cost advantages.