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Ceresana | October 02, 2020
Why complicate things when you can make them simple? Colorants and flavors for beverages are often not directly mixed with water and prefabricated, ready-to-use syrup concentrates are used instead. In the production of plastics, too, so-called masterbatches – granules with a high concentration of colorants, other additives, or fillers – are preferred to powders, pastes, or liquid additives. Premixed concentrates with precisely defined properties facilitate processing and increase pro...
Agilyx, Maire Tecnimont | March 16, 2021
Agilyx Corporation, a pioneer in the high level recycling of post-use plastics and Italy's NextChem, auxiliary of Maire Tecnimont Group, have gone into a consent to help the improvement of cutting edge chemical recycling offices all around the world. This arrangement consolidates Agilyx' s driving pyrolysis innovation with NextChem's aptitude, as an innovator in licensing, implementation, and engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for plastics recycling solutions.<...
Metal Finishing Technologies | July 17, 2021
"We are excited and pleased to add NADCAP passivate to our growing list of industry-leading quality certifications. Passivation was the natural next step after gaining NADCAP Certification for Sulfamate Nickel Chemical Processing in 2020, based on customer input about expanding our existing product offerings. It supports our industry-leading quality certifications and operational standards, such as AS 9100D, ISO 9001, and our FAA 145/EASA repair station certificate. We want to carefully acq...
Nippon Shokubai Co., Ltd. | March 07, 2022
Nippon Shokubai Co., Ltd. working to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, announces that it has obtained ISCC PLUS certification from the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification system (ISCC) (*1) for superabsorbent polymers (SAP) made by its subsidiary Nippon Shokubai Europe N.V. (hereinafter NSE) from caustic soda produced using electricity generated from renewable energy.
SAP, commonly used in disposable diapers, is mainly made from acrylic acid produced from ...
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