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ExxonMobil | February 25, 2022
ExxonMobil has completed its first commercial sale of certified circular polymers, using its Exxtend™ technology for advanced recycling of plastic waste. The purchaser is Berry Global, a leading provider of innovative packaging and engineered products, which will use the circular polymers to manufacture containers for high-performance food-grade packaging on a mass balance approach.
“We are scaling up our advanced recycling capabilities around the...
Techmer PM | August 02, 2021
Techmer PM, LLC, will showcase several new technologies at the MD&M West trade show (Booth #3086) in Anaheim, Calif., Aug. 10-12, including a low-retention polymer additive that meets stringent EU and U.S. PFOA limits and allows pipette tips to fully evacuate their contents.
The Clinton-based compounder and materials design firm will also highlight the compounds it makes using Cupron Inc.’s copper-based antimicrobial ingredients as well as an expanded portfolio of custom...
Prnewswire | August 20, 2020
Chemetry, a technology innovation company dedicated to the development of environmentally sustainable chemical processes with superior economics, and Braskem, the leading producer of thermoplastic resins in the Americas, will construct and operate a Demonstration Plant using Chemetry's eShuttle® technology for the production of ethylene dichloride (EDC) in Brazil. The eShuttle® EDC Process uses a unique metal halide ion process to produce high purity EDC, a commodity chemical u...
Bicmagazine | June 01, 2020
The running rates reduction comes amid a sharp decline in resin prices like polyethylene (PE). Experts believe the ongoing weakness may linger for an undetermined period, as reported by Petrochemical Update. Petrochemical plants in the Americas are running at reduced rates, or in some cases idled, to try to balance out the erosion of downstream resin consumption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Domestic prices for resins have declined and export markets for North American resin have contracted. ...
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