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HYCO1 | August 18, 2021
Carbontech innovator HYCO1 announced today it has developed a proprietary catalyst and process technology that gives industrial companies a way to turn harmful CO2 waste into high value, sustainable products. Using HYCO1's breakthrough technology, industrial companies can quickly and drastically reduce their CO2 emissions with no upfront costs. HYCO1 is then able to convert those emissions into high purity gases that are in high demand for green chemical production.
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, SCIENCE AND RESEARCH
Albemarle | January 09, 2023
Albemarle Corporation, a pioneer in the leading global chemicals industry, announced that it had acquired a site in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., to build the Albemarle Technology Park. The company will invest at least 180 million dollars in constructing a world-class facility to boost novel materials research and advanced process development and accelerate the introduction of next-generation lithium products to the market.
According to Kent Masters, the CEO of Albemarle, "...
CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT, PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES
IDTechEx | December 12, 2022
Chemical recycling of plastic waste is gaining momentum. Headlines on investments, planned expansions, and real-world product launches are all accelerating in frequency and scale. Is this market now at a stage of implementation at scale, regulatory developments, and improving tracking & accounting methodologies, or are there still necessary technology developments?
In this article, IDTechEx explores the early-stage technologies for chemical recycling and assesses the players a...
Scientific American | January 24, 2020
The Sunshine Project, a gargantuan petrochemical complex planned on 2,500 acres along the Mississippi River south of Baton Rouge, La., will be one of the largest greenhouse gas emitters in America when it becomes fully operational in 2029. Earlier this month, Louisiana regulators approved an air quality permit that will allow the facility to pump 13.6 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. That’s equivalent to adding 2.6 million cars to the road annually. No industr...
PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES, RAW MATERIALS
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