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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...
Braskem | August 18, 2020
Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (Nexi) has backed the build of a new polypropylene plant in Texas, after agreeing to provide insurance for a loan to Brazilian petrochemical firm Braskem. As part of the agreement, which comes with a tenor of 10.5 years, the Japanese credit insurance agency is insuring a US$225mn loan facility from ING Bank and BNP Paribas to Braskem. Nexi will cover 100% of political risks and 90% of commercial risks. The largest petrochemical firm in the Americas will use...
CW Petroleum Corp | January 13, 2022
CW Petroleum Corp, a leading PROPRIETARY REFORMULATED NO ETHANOL FUELS AND BIOFUEL provider, reports that for the fiscal year 2021, it has exceeded 2020 Gross Revenues. In addition, the company continues to seek to expand its PROPRIETARY NO ETHANOL GASOLINE sales into the Northeastern USA and Chicago markets in 2022.
“We are pleased to announce a 16-percent increase in gross revenue for 2021. Strong demand for our No Ethanol fuel, along with a surge in ...
Mlive | April 29, 2020
A global chemical manufacturer is temporarily shifting to hand sanitizer production as shortages continue due to high demand brought on by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. New Jersey-based Fortune 100 company Honeywell will shift production at two of its plants, one in Muskegon and one in Seelze, Germany, according to a news release. The hand sanitizer produced in Muskegon will be donated to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for distribution where it’s needed most.
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