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Encina and BASF partner to supply recycled benzene
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Jun 24, 2024
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Encina and BASF partner to supply recycled benzene

Partnerships

  • Encina Development Group, a company that develops circular materials from plastic waste, has partnered with leading chemical and material science company BASF to supply chemically recycled circular benzene sourced from discarded consumer plastics.

  • The circular benzene feedstock will not only be used in BASF's general Ccycled product line, but is also expected to open up opportunities for industries such as packaging, textiles, and automotive.

  • Founded in 2016, Encina manufactures circular chemicals using an integrated single-stage catalytic conversion process, derived from end-of-life plastics otherwise bound for landfills or incineration. Encina’s technology breaks waste plastics down to the molecular level, reducing the amount of fossil feedstock required to create high-value, industrial-grade circular chemicals. 

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