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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...
Technology networks | May 21, 2020
A faster, more efficient way of recycling plant-based “bioplastics” has been developed by a team of scientists at the Universities of Birmingham and Bath. The team has shown how their chemical recycling method not only speeds up the process, it can also be converted into a new product – a biodegradable solvent – which can be sold for use in a wide variety of industries including cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Bioplastics, made from polylactic acid (PLA), are becomin...
I.C.I.S | May 13, 2021
LyondellBasell plans to significantly expand its global presence in both mechanical and molecular (chemical) recycling of waste plastics, with the United States, China, and ultimately India as the next priorities, according to its CEO on Tuesday.
LyondellBasell and SUEZ extended their Quality Circular Plastics (QCP) joint venture focusing on mechanical recycling in December 2020 with the acquisition of Belgium-based plastics recycling firm TIVACO, increasing the overall ability fo...
Chemistry world | August 25, 2020
Bicyclic thiolactone building block makes for high-quality polymers with chemical recyclability. An entirely new class of polymers that matches popular plastics’ thermal and mechanical properties but has the potential to be recycled and reused indefinitely has been developed by scientists in the US, China and Saudi Arabia. Plastic pollution is one of the greatest environmental problems of our time, so creating polymers that can be turned back into their monomer building blocks for reuse is...
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