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For 80 years Lenzing has been looking beyond fiber. Inspired by the needs of the world, we create smart and exciting solutions made from natural wood – for consumers, for our business partners, and for an environment worth living in. Our expertise and passion are dedicated to support the industry, brands and retailers – in sectors like fashion, beauty care or hygiene – by providing products and services that maximize value creation from both the environmental and the economical perspective. Our tenacity and engineering excellence also drive the development of innovative plant and process technologies around cellulosic fibers and related solutions.

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CHEMICAL INDUSTRY OUTLOOK: ACC ISSUES INTERIM UPDATE RELATED TO COVID-19

Chem Eng Online | April 17, 2020

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The American Chemistry Council today released an abbreviated, interim update to its Chemical Industry Situation and Outlook. The update offers two scenarios intended to capture a range of potential trajectories for the global and U.S. economies and the chemical industry. “ACC typically updates our economic forecast twice a year, but we wanted to provide an interim update that would reflect some of the potential impacts of COVID-19,” said Kevin Swift, ACC chief economist. “While...

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INVERT ADDS FURTHER CARBON CREDIT EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP TO TEAM

Invert Inc. | March 04, 2022

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Invert Inc. a specialized carbon emissions reduction and offsetting company, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its team to add new carbon project expertise and IT development leadership. Joining the team as Head of Carbon Forestry is Matt Delaney. Matt is a forester specializing in carbon projects and has over 20 years of experience in forest carbon methodology development, forest inventory techniques, and carbon markets. He has been part of the successful implementation...

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ALASKA OFFICIAL DISPUTES EPA TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE ANALYSIS

NEWS 1130 | February 17, 2020

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The Environmental Protection Agency reported Alaska led the nation in 2018 toxic chemical releases. But a state commissioner contends a large portion should not be categorized as toxic. Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Jason Brune argued that releases caused by unearthed rocks moved at mining sites do not have a significant effect on public health, The Juneau Empire reported Friday. More than 99% of Alaska’s releases, 970.6 million pounds (440.3 million kilogram...

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SASOL ACHIEVES BENEFICIAL OPERATIONS AT LAKE CHARLES LDPE UNIT

SASOL | November 17, 2020

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Sasol Ltd. (Johannesburg, South Africa) announced that its low-density polyethlyene (LDPE) unit reached beneficial operation on 15 November 2020. The LDPE unit is the seventh and final Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) unit to come online. The LCCP is now 100 percent complete with total capital expenditure forecast to be within the previously communicated guidance of $12.8 billion. “This milestone safely brings our Lake Charles Chemicals Project to a close and sets the s...

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CHEMICAL INDUSTRY OUTLOOK: ACC ISSUES INTERIM UPDATE RELATED TO COVID-19

Chem Eng Online | April 17, 2020

The American Chemistry Council today released an abbreviated, interim update to its Chemical Industry Situation and Outlook. The update offers two scenarios intended to capture a range of potential trajectories for the global and U.S. economies and the chemical industry. “ACC typically updates our economic forecast twice a year, but we wanted to provide an interim update that would reflect some of the potential impacts of COVID-19,” said Kevin Swift, ACC chief economist. “While...

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CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT

INVERT ADDS FURTHER CARBON CREDIT EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP TO TEAM

Invert Inc. | March 04, 2022

Invert Inc. a specialized carbon emissions reduction and offsetting company, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its team to add new carbon project expertise and IT development leadership. Joining the team as Head of Carbon Forestry is Matt Delaney. Matt is a forester specializing in carbon projects and has over 20 years of experience in forest carbon methodology development, forest inventory techniques, and carbon markets. He has been part of the successful implementation...

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ALASKA OFFICIAL DISPUTES EPA TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE ANALYSIS

NEWS 1130 | February 17, 2020

The Environmental Protection Agency reported Alaska led the nation in 2018 toxic chemical releases. But a state commissioner contends a large portion should not be categorized as toxic. Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Jason Brune argued that releases caused by unearthed rocks moved at mining sites do not have a significant effect on public health, The Juneau Empire reported Friday. More than 99% of Alaska’s releases, 970.6 million pounds (440.3 million kilogram...

Read More
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CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

SASOL ACHIEVES BENEFICIAL OPERATIONS AT LAKE CHARLES LDPE UNIT

SASOL | November 17, 2020

Sasol Ltd. (Johannesburg, South Africa) announced that its low-density polyethlyene (LDPE) unit reached beneficial operation on 15 November 2020. The LDPE unit is the seventh and final Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) unit to come online. The LCCP is now 100 percent complete with total capital expenditure forecast to be within the previously communicated guidance of $12.8 billion. “This milestone safely brings our Lake Charles Chemicals Project to a close and sets the s...

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