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Braskem the largest polyolefins producer in the Americas, as well as a market leader and pioneer producer of biopolymers on an industrial scale, announces today the release of three new sustainable 3D printing filament product offerings for the additive manufacturing market. These first of their kind products include 3D printing filaments produced from bio-based ethylene vinyl acetate filament derived from raw sugarcane as well from recycled polyethylene and polypropylenenblended filaments...

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CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT

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Sasol Chemicals, a business unit of Sasol Ltd. and LOTTE Chemical have agreed to conduct a pre-feasibility study of a joint project to build, own and operate a plant to produce battery-grade electrolyte solvents, key components of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. The companies will assess the suitability of Sasol’s locations near Lake Charles in the United States and Marl in Germany for a facility that could produce a variety of battery-grade electrolyte solvents...

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EASTMAN TO INVEST UP TO $1 BILLION TO ACCELERATE CIRCULAR ECONOMY THROUGH BUILDING WORLD'S LARGEST MOLECULAR PLASTICS RECYCLING FACILITY IN FRANCE

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This morning, French President Emmanuel Macron and Eastman Board Chair and CEO Mark Costa will jointly announce Eastman's plan to invest up to $1 billion in a material-to-material molecular recycling facility in France. This facility would use Eastman's polyester renewal technology to recycle up to 160,000 metric tonnes annually of hard-to-recycle plastic waste that is currently being incinerated. The investment would recycle enough plastic waste annually to fill Stade de ...

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