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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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businesswire | March 24, 2023
Under its sustainability program ‘reduce’, the global chemical company OQ Chemicals has reduced its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 10% at its Bay City, Texas production site in 2022, compared to the previous year's averages. To achieve this, the company carried out a dedicated boiler and flare improvement project to optimize the flow of vent gases from chemical production units and to further improve the combustion process. Project progress was tracked for 2022, and demo...
Sciencedaily | August 31, 2020
Ethylene is the most important chemical precursor for ethanol and polyethylene and is mainly produced by steam cracking. Although the ethylene fraction is usually very pure (more than 99%), remaining traces of acetylene contaminants can destroy the catalysts used in downstream processes. As ethylene and acetylene are very similar and only differ in the amount of hydrogen atoms -- ethylene has four hydrogen atoms bound to two carbon atoms, acetylene has two -- the separation of both gases is elab...
BRASKEM AND M. HOLLAND | September 12, 2022
M. Holland Company, a leading international distributor of thermoplastic resins and ancillary materials, announced expanded access to 3D printing filaments from Braskem, a global chemical and petrochemical company. M. Holland’s 3D Printing clients now have access to polyethylene and glass fiber reinforced polypropylene filaments. Both materials deliver high printability, reduced warpage and shrinkage, and better interlayer adhesion than other filament options in the 3D printing market.
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