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  1. Reactor promotes recycling

    How to make the circular economy beneficial for all stakeholders. The industry is entering a new era as regulators and NGOs come forward with environmental initiatives that reshape the making and using of plastic goods, circular production changes the structure of polymer demand, and businesses increasingly focus on the sustainable use of natural resources to bolster their reputations. In light ...

  2. Evolution of recycling

    ... okay with being a dumping ground for the world’s waste are now banning waste imports to tackle their own pollution problems. This, together with other factors, pushes recycling to the top of the agenda. Some of the developing countries boast high environmental awareness and truly effective recycling schemes. Recycling in the workplace In the heart of Taipei City, the capital of Taiwan, sits the company called Miniwiz seemingly engaged in the development of digital products. However, the impression ...

  3. Interplastica 2019

    ... Division presented their new product – dioctyl terephthalate (DOTP), a phthalate-free polyvinyl chloride plasticiser. Unlike phthalate plasticisers, DOTP has no adverse impact on human health, with DOTP-based end products meeting the most stringent environmental requirements. A standalone plasticiser plant will be commissioned this spring in Perm at SIBUR-Khimprom’s facility. Open dialogue on Circular Economy Interplastica’s business programme aroused great interest among its visitors. One of ...

  4. United against plastic waste

    ... land-based waste to the ocean. According to Dr Brudermüller, membership in the AEPW will stimulate the companies to take a more responsible approach to plastic management. “One important measure to end uncontrolled entry of plastics into the environment is to build up closed circles wh ere plastic can be used as new raw material. The chemical industry plays an important role in innovating and implementing large-scale processes to convert plastic waste into new products,” said Mr Brudermüller....

  5. Packaged in Russia

    ... their focus on customer support. In summer 2018, the company launched a regenerative thermal oxidiser for air pollution control. Why did you decide to invest in these technologies? What other pollution control efforts do you make? It was not only the environmental laws that triggered our decision to invest in special equipment for minimising our impact on the environment. For us, environmental protection is not just a buzzword. It is a prerequisite for the well-being of the world we live in. In addition,...

  6. The flip side of the plastic rejection

    Threats the contemplated move away from plastics poses to the economy and environment. The European Parliament's decision to ban selected plastic items in the EU and the announced plans of the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to fully eliminate plastic tableware by 2025 received positive reaction from ...

  7. Switching to green fuel

    ... require modifications in vehicle design and leaves open the possibility of using both petrol and natural gas as fuel. Most importantly, natural gas is one of the most eco-friendly and clean fuels, and its use will help reduce the negative impact on the environment. Mikhail Karisalov, Chairman of the Management Board and CEO of SIBUR, and Vitaly Markelov, Deputy Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee. “The use of natural gas as a motor fuel reduces the carbon footprint of motor ...

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