Saudi petrochemicals giant Sabic announced in Davos last week that it will increase its production of recyclable and renewable chemicals. It said its ambition is to "process one million metric tonnes of its Trucircle solutions annually by 2030". Part of the progress towards the new production target is to be achieved with output from the new advanced recycling unit which Sabic is building in Geleen, the Netherlands. The facility is now "in the final stages of construction" and the chemicals manufacturer said that it expected to dispatch the first commercial delivery of polymers from the facility before the end of the year....
Sabic exploring "word-scale" chemical recycling plant
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