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Air Liquide: New H2 Plant for REPSOL Spain

29-Nov-2001

The Air Liquide Group has just announced that it will build a hydrogen plant to supply a refinery owned by the Spanish petrochemical group Repsol YPF in Puertollano, 200km from Madrid (Spain). Repsol YPF has confirmed that it has chosen Air Liquide to supply all of its new hydrogen needs at ...

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BASF awards Innovation Prize 2001

21-May-2001

BASF has awarded its Innovation Prize for the eighth time. The prize honors new developments at BASF that have already been implemented successfully. This year the prize was awarded to the researchers of three projects: The "three-liter house," an excellent example of how to refurbish older ...

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NOVA Chemicals given award for decreasing greenhouse gases

23-Mar-2001

Calgary, Alberta - NOVA Chemicals was awarded a Leadership Award by Canada’s Climate Change Voluntary Challenge and Registry (VCR Inc.) for displaying “extraordinary commitment, action, best practices and leadership toward the voluntary reduction of greenhouse gas emissions”. Greenhouse gases ...

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BASF: Fertilizer from Plastic Waste

Environmentally friendly packaging from compostable synthetics

26-Feb-2001

Vegetable waste belongs in the green bin-that has now become an established practice in Germany. Soon, however, the film in which the broccoli was packaged could also go into the compost. Researchers at BASF have developed the world's first food wrap that even acts as a fertilizer. It is made ...

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BASF provides innovative catalyst for fuel cell vehicle

08-Nov-2000

Catalytic converters in cars have long since become standard equipment for exhaust gas purification. But the NECAR 5 (New Electric Car), DaimlerChrysler AG's fuel cell car that is being presented today, uses an innovative catalyst made by BASF that has a completely different ...

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BASF planning another production line in Bibbiano

More Styrodur from Italy

10-Oct-2000

BASF is going to build a second production line for its extruded polystyrene rigid foam Styrodur® C at its Bibbiano site near Reggio Emilia, Italy. The new facility will have a capacity of 200,000 cubic meters per year and operations are scheduled to start up in the second ...

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