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Chimei | April 21, 2022
CHIMEI Corporation announced its successful implementation of chemically recycled MMA in optical light guide plates for displays. The light guide plates use recycled MMA, which can maintain the same optical characteristics as the virgin MMA. CHIMEI plans to begin mass production of the recycled MMA light guide plates in Q3, 2023. CHIMEI has successfully introduced new solutions and created new areas for recycled materials in displays. It has reached an important milestone for the sustainable cir...
BKV Corporation | June 10, 2022
BKV Corporation and EnLink Midstream, LLC announced that they have reached a Phase I Final Investment Decision and entered into a definitive agreement to develop a carbon capture and sequestration project in the Barnett Shale region of North Texas.
"It is critical that companies in the industry work together to bring actionable change and move large-scale carbon reduction projects forward. This partnership brings us one step closer to the safe and profit...
Univar Solutions Inc. | February 03, 2022
Univar Solutions Inc. a global chemical and ingredient distributor and provider of value-added services, followed up on its commitment to lead technical innovation for the chemical and specialty ingredient industry with the addition of a full-service homecare and industrial cleaning laboratory to its flagship Solution Center in Houston, Texas. A hub for innovation, product testing and application development, this latest investment will further enable Univar Solutions to help its customers bette...
Daily Democrat | March 17, 2020
California’s rush to detect new cases of COVID-19 has been slowed by shortages of a key chemical needed to conduct the diagnostic tests, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday. And because of this shortage, the federal government has restrictions on who gets tested, even as the cases and deaths mount. “My great concern is we could be testing a lot more people,” said Newsom. California now has 8,227 test kits sent by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he said. The kit...
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