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Honeywell | January 14, 2021
Hengli Petrochemical Co. Ltd has effectively utilized Callidus burner innovation from Honeywell UOP to limit nitrogen oxide (NOX) and carbon monoxide (CO) discharges in China, and decrease the effect of these outflows while guaranteeing protected and stable tasks.
Hengli chose Callidus progressed flares and low-NOX burner innovation in 2017 to follow ecological guidelines and improve energy productivity and operational wellbeing at its treatment facility and petrochemicals complex...
E Ink | December 28, 2021
E Ink, the originator, pioneer, and global commercial leader in digital paper technology, pledged on December 23 to achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2040. E Ink has been working for several years towards zero carbon emissions to help mitigate the impact of climate change and to promote sustainable technologies. E Ink has a three phase plan to reach their commitment of Net Zero Carbon Emission by 2040. In the first phases, E Ink aims to achieve 40 percent of renewable energy use by 2025 and 1...
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.<...
Resource Recycling | March 05, 2020
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation has purchased two European plastics recycling companies focusing on engineered plastics, bringing supply of these recycled resins in-house. The Tokyo-headquartered chemical firm last week announced it would acquire Swiss recycling firms Minger Kunststofftechnik AG and Minger Plastic AG. The deal was slated to close by the end of February. In its announcement, Mitsubishi described the acquisition as part of its plan to implement a variety of sustainability initiati...
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