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Agilent Technologies demonstrates fast, accurate measurement of fuel cell gas composition


PALO ALTO, Calif., April 3, 2002 Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced that its micro gas chromatograph (micro GC) is able to demonstrate the complete and accurate analysis of fuel cell gases in less than 90 seconds. Small startup companies and multinational oil and automotive giants are ...


DuPont Introduces Fluoropolymers Made with Supercritical CO2 Technology


March 22, 2002 — DuPont Fluoroproducts has introduced the first commercial DuPont™ Teflon® fluoropolymer resins made using proprietary and fundamentally new manufacturing technology that replaces traditional water-based polymerization with a process based on supercritical carbon dioxide ...


next generation of biodegradable plastic introduced by eastman


KINGSPORT, Tenn, March 14, 2002 - Eastman Chemical Company today announces the introduction of EASTAR BIO Ultra copolyester, a new entry in its line of EASTAR BIO biodegradable resins. EASTAR BIO Ultra copolyester features a higher melt viscosity than its sister product, EASTAR BIO GP ...


Natvar to launch breakthrough BioPath PVC-free medical tubing


Natvar, the Clayton, North Carolina-based global manufacturer of medical tubing, has developed BioPath, a multilayered flexible tubing designed to offer the medical industry a high-performance alternative to existing PVC and polyurethane products. BioPath tubing is coextruded using polyurethane ...


BP Leads Oil Industry with the Launch of Pioneering Sulphur-free Fuels


18th February 2002 Edinburgh is the first city in the world to offer both Sulphur Free Unleaded and Sulphur Free Diesel, following another industry-leading cleaner fuels launch by BP. Sulphur Free Unleaded and Sulphur Free Diesel will be available at 18 BP service stations in the Edinburgh area ...


BASF Coatings: CO2 emission reduced by 50 percent since 1990


Since 1990 BASF Coatings AG has reduced emissions of the "greenhouse gas" carbon dioxide at its Münster site by 50 percent or, when taking into account the output of the plant, by as much as about 62 percent. With this reduction, the company has far exceeded the targets set by both the German ...


Air Liquide: New H2 Plant for REPSOL Spain


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 ...


BASF awards Innovation Prize 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 ...


NOVA Chemicals given award for decreasing greenhouse gases


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 ...


BASF: Fertilizer from Plastic Waste

Environmentally friendly packaging from compostable synthetics


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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