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StePac; BASF | December 15, 2022
BASF SE and StePac Ltd. have joined forces to create the next generation of sustainable packaging specifically for the fresh produce sector. Supplying StePac with its Ultramid® Ccycled™, a chemically recycled polyamide 6, BASF will provide its partner greater flexibility to advance contact-sensitive packaging formats to a higher sustainable standard within the circular economy.
StePac, specialized in developing advanced functional packaging solutions, is pioneering the u...
Chemical Management, Products and Technologies
Origin Materials | January 30, 2023
Origin Materials, Inc., the leading global carbon-negative materials firm with a mission to accelerate the global transition to sustainable materials, announced the mechanical completion of Origin 1, the firm's first commercial manufacturing plant, following the previously disclosed schedule.
Critical mechanical systems were successfully installed, and commissioning has commenced as part of mechanical completion. Work will continue on-site, including electrical work, the add...
ExxonMobil | February 25, 2022
ExxonMobil has completed its first commercial sale of certified circular polymers, using its Exxtend™ technology for advanced recycling of plastic waste. The purchaser is Berry Global, a leading provider of innovative packaging and engineered products, which will use the circular polymers to manufacture containers for high-performance food-grade packaging on a mass balance approach.
“We are scaling up our advanced recycling capabilities around the...
Chemical Management, Market Outlook
prnewswire | April 06, 2023
Lummus Technology, a global provider of process technologies and value-driven energy solutions, announced an integrated technology award from SP Chemicals and its subsidiary SP Olefins. SP Chemicals will license Lummus' CATOFIN® technology for a new 800 KTA propane dehydrogenation (PDH) unit, and SP Olefins will license Lummus' Novolen® technology for a new 400 KTA polypropylene (PP) unit. Both units will be located at SP Chemicals' complex in Jiangsu Province, China.
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