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Recycling International | January 23, 2020
Plastics recycling pioneer Pyrowave is one of 14 Canadian tech companies to benefit from a total of EUR 32 million from a government foundation backing innovative clean technologies. Pyrowave will receive over EUR 3.7 million, according to Navdeep Bains, Canadian minister of innovation, science and economic development. The ‘strategic investment’ comes from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) to enhance the company’s chemical plastic-to-plastic recycling process. P...
Bioworks, Sumitomo Chemical Company Limited | June 08, 2021
Ginkgo Bioworks, Inc. announced today the signing of a collaboration agreement with Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd., one of Japan's leading chemical companies. Ginkgo is building the industry's best horizontal platform for cell programming to serve customers from various sectors looking to develop better products. Sumitomo Chemical intends to use Ginkgo's long-standing expertise in organism engineering to significantly improve the efficiency and sustainability of an essential bio-based c...
Occidental | March 23, 2022
Occidental announced an agreement with an affiliate of SK Trading International, a subsidiary of SK Innovation Co. Ltd. for the first net-zero oil created by combining crude oil together with environmental attributes generated from the sequestration of atmospheric carbon dioxide captured via 1PointFive’s planned large-scale Direct Air Capture facility and sequestered in Occidental’s enhanced oil recovery reservoirs in the U.S. Permian Basin. SK Trading International expects to conver...
Liberian Observer | January 13, 2020
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has with immediate effect ordered the repatriation of four 40-feet containers of hazardous chemicals to Greece, from where they were brought, before entering Liberia. According to EPA Executive Director Nathaniel Blama, the chemical on the containers were fast tracked by the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) while conducting its regular inspection of cargos that are brought into the country. The EPA Director said the chemical when disposed of in any ...
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