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  1. SIBUR and BASF: sustainable development

    ... same year. The companies agreed to collaborate more closely on water efficiency, carbon footprint management and chemicals recycling along with joining forces in implementing international environmental initiatives. The document was signed by Maxim Remchukov, Sustainable Development Director at SIBUR, and Christoph Roehrig, Head of BASF in Russia and the CIS. “BASF has a long-standing expertise and experience in the field of circular economy, excelling in both achieving commercial success ...

  2. From banning to recycling

    ... waste not be sent to an incinerator, but to a processing facility wh ere packaging can be properly reprocessed or, as we say, ‘functionally recycled’ and delivered back to the economy, not to a landfill or a furnace,” she emphasised. According to Maxim Remchukov, Sustainable Development Director at SIBUR, the choice between a polyethylene bag, a paper bag or a non-disposable bag should be up to the shopper, but there is a need to work on the design of plastic packaging so that it can be easily ...

  3. Not a ban but a call for recycling

    ... Consumption Wastes are in progress. The initiative will eventually force manufacturers to cut down production and encourage consumers to reuse plastic bags. In addition, Rospotrebnadzor suggests that biodegradable packaging technology be developed. Maxim Remchukov, Sustainable Development Director at SIBUR, shared insights on recycling as a potential solution to waste problem in an interview with RBC's What Does It Mean? show. According to Maxim, there should not be a ban but a search for ways to ...

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