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Bricks Grown From Bacteria

Bricks Grown From Bacteria | Chemical Engineering | Scoop.it
A unique biotechnology start-up company have developed a method of growing bricks from nothing more than bacteria and naturally abundant materials. Having (A new type of bio-brick.
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Pour Solvay, l'innovation doit contribuer à 30% de son résultat d'exploitation

Pour Solvay, l'innovation doit contribuer à 30% de son résultat d'exploitation | Chemical Engineering | Scoop.it
Le chimiste belge entend être aux premières loges pour répondre aux exigences du développement durable. Ses centres de profit disposent de 80% des budgets recherche.

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Chez Solvay, on n'en fait pas mystère : l'innovation est plus que jamais au coeur de la stratégie de création de valeur du groupe chimique. Sa feuille de route établie pour la période 2012-2016 est même particulièrement claire sur ses intentions : l'innovation doit contribuer pour 30% à la croissance de son ebitda

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Packaging in a world of shrinking resources | Packaging World

Packaging in a world of shrinking resources | Packaging World | Chemical Engineering | Scoop.it
The 2013 Global Sustainability Summit offers insights on how manufacturers and retailers can preserve resources to meet the needs of a growing...
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Veolia construira une usine de dessalement d'eau en Irak pour 84 millions d'euros

Veolia construira une usine de dessalement d'eau en Irak pour 84 millions d'euros | Chemical Engineering | Scoop.it

Paris - Le numéro un mondial de l'eau Veolia Environnement a annoncé mercredi avoir remporté un contrat de 115 millions de dollars (84 millions d'euros) sur cinq ans pour la construction d'une usine de dessalement d'eau à Bassorah, en Irak.

 


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Chinese Fluoropolymer Industry Attracts More and More Foreign Investment at cnchemicals.com

The Chinese government has promulgated some policies and legislations, such as the Guided Catalogue for Industrial Structure Adjustment (2011) and the 12th Five-year Development Plan of China Fluorine Chemical Industry (2011-2015), to encourage the development of fluoropolymer industry in China. CCM International’s April Issue of China Fluoride Materials Monthly Report also indicates that driven by the booming market, resource advantage and Chinese government's encourage, Chinese fluoropolymer industry attracts more and more foreign investment in resent years. Especially in Chinese PVDF industry, some multinationals have planned to invest in it and  it will maintain rapid growth in the 12th  Five-year Plan Period.


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