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New plastics technology could save industry $2B annually

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

ExxonMobil and the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a system for producing plastics that could one day make the process 50 times more efficient and save the industry $2 billion per year. The discovery, which requires further testing, uses a carbon-based membrane to separate a chemical building block at room temperature rather than at energy-intensive high temperatures. FuelFix.com (08/18)


Sources: Bayer-Monsanto talks make progress

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Sasol: La. cracker to cost almost 25% more than expected

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

A look at upcoming TSCA rulemaking

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Analysis: Much undecided with EPA approach to chemicals

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

Plastics' qualities make it a superior substitute for metal

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

How passions and personality define leadership

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

Croda open to deal-making, CEO says

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

Analysis: Polymers are expanding into new applications

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

The best question you can ask an employee

ACC SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016


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