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Chemengonline | May 19, 2020
Total S.A. (Paris, France) has signed an agreement with PureCycle Technologies LLC (Ironton, Ohio) to develop a strategic partnership in plastic recycling. As part of the agreement, Total undertakes to purchase part of the output of PureCycle Technologies’ future facility in the U.S. and to assess the interest of developing a new plant together in Europe. PureCycle Technologies uses an innovative, patented technology to separate color, odor and any other contaminants from plastic waste fee...
Albemarle | June 03, 2021
Albemarle Corporation, a global specialty chemicals industry leader, announced that it had completed the sale of its Fine Chemistry Services business to W. R. Grace & Co. for approximately $570 million, consisting of $300 million in cash. The issuance to Albemarle of preferred equity of a W. R. Grace & Co. subsidiary having an aggregate stated value of $270 million. The sale includes Albemarle's operations in Tyrone, Pennsylvania, and South Haven, Michigan.
Kraton | October 04, 2021
Kraton Corporation (NYSE: KRA), a leading global sustainable producer of specialty polymers and high-value biobased products derived from pine wood pulping co-products, is proud to partner with Plastship by offering CirKular+™ performance enhancement and compatibilization additives on Plastship Additives Selector platform.
Plastship, a leading European platform for recyclate procurement, is a subsidiary of RIGK GmbH, a German recycling scheme operator with more than 25...
Channelnewsasia | June 17, 2020
Bayer said on Tuesday (Jun 16) it will scrap a nearly US$1 billion project to produce the chemical dicamba in the United States, but said the move is unrelated to a federal court decision that blocked sales of weed killers based on the product. The German-based company is moving to save cash as it wages an expensive legal battle to fight allegations that another product, its glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup, causes cancer. Bayer denies the claims. The company said it is halting work on a new...
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