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Chemistry World | July 07, 2020
Fuelled by the expanding global population, the World Economic Forum expects demand for chemicals and materials to quadruple by 2050. To meet the growing need for sustainable approaches to chemical synthesis and manufacturing, industry is opening its doors to new ideas. Increasingly, companies within the chemicals and pharmaceuticals sectors are relying on R&D from outside sources. As such, the previously closed world of chemical manufacturing is becoming less reserved, with innovation evolv...
Zawya | June 14, 2020
The chemical industry in the Arabian Gulf must plan and prepare for the post-COVID period, turning adversity into advantage, and capitalize on the lessons learned to retain and enhance its global competitiveness, according to the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA). In a newly released white paper entitled ‘COVID and Chemicals’ GPCA provides exclusive insights into the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on supply and demand, petrochemical prices, the dual shock from ...
Oceanworks, Avient | June 16, 2021
Avient Corporation, a leading provider of specialized and sustainable material solutions and services, has announced a partnership with Oceanworks to assist clients in incorporating recycled ocean plastics into their products. Recycled ocean and ocean-bound plastics are collected within 50 kilometers of a coastline from the ocean, waterways, and ocean-bound collection zones.
Avient and Oceanworks are now working on an extended recycled ocean plastics portfolio after the 2020 launc...
The Louisiana Weekly | February 10, 2020
Westwego city council unexpectedly voted to deny any permits to Wanhua Chemical, a Chinese company hoping to produce and store chemicals for plastics production along the Mississippi River in south Louisiana. The vote, at a meeting intended as solely a question and answer session, came just days before the release of a new report on benzene emissions from refineries, with EPA data showing levels of fenceline benzene emissions at Chalmette Refinery at more than three times the level deemed safe f...
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