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UPM launches UPM BioMotion Renewable Functional Fillers (RFF) – a renewable product to significantly reduce CO₂ footprint of rubber and plastics applications

UPM BioMotion Renewable Functional Fillers (RFF) represent UPM's latest revolutionary development in sustainable solutions. They address the urgent need to reduce CO₂ emissions of rubber and plastics products by offering a truly sustainable alternative to fossil-based carbon black and precipitated silica, the dominating functional fillers used in rubber and plastic products today.

Clariant unveils groundbreaking catalysts developed jointly with Linde Engineering for novel ethylene production technology

Novel catalysts are a step change in selectivity and productivity for the oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane

New catalysts and process design reduce costs; CO₂ emissions reduced by up to 100% compared with conventional steam cracking
Available exclusively for Linde’s EDHOX™ catalytic on-purpose ethylene technology

Guardian Glass invests in expanded capacity and energy-saving technology for Goole plant

Guardian Glass is investing significantly in its Goole, East Yorkshire float glass production plant to increase the company’s ability to supply float glass, primarily to the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland, while also improving the plant’s energy efficiency.

Since the beginning of the year, Koehler Paper has been producing 100% with green electricity on its new production line 8 in Kehl and saving a further 45,000 tonnes of CO2 per year

Further element of Koehler's climate strategy successfully implemented

For production line 8, with a demand of 75,000 MWh per year, only green electricity from the Schluchsee hydroelectric power plant is used.
Further building blocks will follow in order to achieve the "Koehler Promise 2030

UK Government Green Claims Code set to be a real “springboard for change”, says PHD Marketing

International print and packaging marketing specialist, PHD Marketing, has shared insight and perspective on the changes likely to affect packaging suppliers, printers and brands as a result of the Green Claims Code, new guidance published by the UK Government’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

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