Carbon made from waste, or bioplastic made from sugar: The Chemport ecosystem is helping to make the chemical sector more sustainable.
Greening the process industry: How will the Dutch ‘Green Chemistry, New Economy’ action agenda help?
Three people from the field talk about the electrification of the production process and the transition to renewable & recyclable raw materials that put different demands on the way we work together.
Seventeen parties from the chemical sector in The Netherlands have drawn up an agenda for this under the name 'Green Chemistry, New Economy' with 22 action points.
Research led by the Italian University of Trieste has developed a material that is capable of synthesizing molecules. This could be hugely important in making the chemical industry more sustainable.
Gerard & Anton Award winner Chromodynamics: Improved production process using camera for chemical composition
The Gerard & Anton Awards have been presented again! High time to have a closer look at the winners and what we can expect form […]