Archive | April, 2010

Greener chlorine production

My Wacker Chemie sustainability stories are still in the line-up but with this news from Bayer MaterialScience last week about their eco-friendly electrochemical chlorine production, I might as well include some tidbits from Wacker’s chlorine production as well. Bayer said it is building a new chlorine plant that uses common salt with annual capacity of […]

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Solar boats and planes

I’m not sure what’s in the air (or maybe make it under the sun) these days but I just saw news from Bayer MaterialScience and DuPont talking about solar airplane and solar boat projects. I guess solar roofs are too boring nowadays Bayer said it has become an official partner of the Solar Impulse project, […]

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Green money this week

I’m back from zombie land and now ready to blog again. This morning I had an interesting conversation with DSM spokesman Herman Betten and he promised to have some green goodies (news I mean) coming up next week so we’ll stay tune for that. Meanwhile, three companies came up with some nice green bucks the […]

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Weekly News Roundup

I’m still feeling crappy but the blog needs attention so here are this week’s news roundup. I’m also hoping to be able to post my Wacker Chemie trip, overview of the Jefferson Clean Tech conference held last month, and interesting bioplastic presentations from the Chemicals Marketing & Economics group (CM&E) conference that I attended last […]

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Feeling green

The green blogger is out of commission for a while. Will try to recover soon.

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