Ecological police will appear in Ukraine: details

The corresponding petition is published on the official website of the President. A petition demanding to create an eco-police on the website of the President of Ukraine was registered by a deputy of the Kiev City Council, the head of the standing commission on environmental policy Konstantin Yalovoi. On his Facebook page, the deputy said […]

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Neftekhim LTD company stopped the production of polypropylene

Neftekhim LTD, the only manufacturer of polypropylene (PP) in Kazakhstan, has stopped the production of PP for downtime, according to the ICIS-MRC Price Review. According to the enterprise’s customers, by April 26, the Kazakhstani manufacturer completely stopped the production of PP due to the interruption in the supply of raw materials from the Pavlodar refinery. […]

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Track & trace technology helps to place plastic scrap on the map

BASF has signed a joint development agreement with Security Matters to develop plastics tracking solutions. Plastics have unique characteristics and – if handled properly – can contribute to a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. However, recycled plastic loses its mechanical properties due to the decomposition of the polymer and residual impurities. Digital twin The partnership […]

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Nizhnekamskneftekhim switched to a special regime in the context of the coronavirus pandemic

Nizhnekamskneftekhim (NKNKh) made the necessary adjustments to the work by switching to a special regime in the context of a coronavirus pandemic, Realnoe Vremya reports. Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov paid a working visit to Nizhnekamsk to personally evaluate measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection at Nizhnekamskneftekhim, a member of the TAIF Group of […]

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SWANA reports significant increase in deaths associated with solid waste collection

Since March 14, the North American Solid Waste Association has recorded a significant increase in deaths involving vehicles and solid waste collection workers. Since March 14, the North American Solid Waste Association (SWANA) has recorded a significant increase in deaths involving vehicles and solid waste collection workers. The organization said it knew of at least […]

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