Lanxess has taken another major step on the road to climate neutrality: the specialty chemicals company inaugurated a nitrous oxide reduction plant at its site in Antwerp on February 10, Belgium.
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Report outlines commitment and actions to transition to a circular and low-carbon economy.
Following long years of contract-bottling, the smoothie and juice producer innocent has decided to build the very first bottling plant of its own. Krones won the order for four complete PET bottling lines and the corresponding IT landscape.
Lafarge Zementwerke, a member of LafargeHolcim Group, OMV, Verbund and Borealis co-sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the joint planning and construction of a full-scale plant by 2030 to capture CO2 and process it into synthetic fuels, plastics or other chemicals.
The new report from TCO Development, the organization behind the global leading sustainability certification for IT products TCO Certified, explains how everyone who buys and uses IT products can implement circular and more sustainable practices.
DOMO Film Solutions has announced that it will start sourcing 100% renewable energy for the production of its nylon film from January 2020. The move reflects DOMO’s continuous commitment to providing low-carbon nylon film.
Lanxess has set itself an ambitious climate protection target. By 2040, the Group intends to become climate neutral and eliminate its greenhouse gas emissions from around 3.2 million metric tons of CO2e today.
The third sustainability report released by Alpla, the global specialists in packaging solutions, provides detailed insights into the company’s development strategy.
BASF pursuing ambitious Carbon Management program, with R&D activities opening up new possibilities
Evonik and Siemens are planning to use electricity from renewable sources and bacteria to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into specialty chemicals.
Effective January 2018 ALBIS PLASTIC GmbH will acquire WIPAG Group, specialists inprocessing and production of carbon fiber compounds for injection-moulding, with sites in Neuburg (Donau), and Gardelegen (both in Germany).
Bayer MaterialScience's research into CO2 as a raw material for making plastics is delivering new successes.