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High-performance plastics manufacturer, Victrex, and The University of Manchester have embarked on a collaborative project to reduce waste in monomer production.
The Manufacturer magazine is holding a Chemicals Round Table on the 21st November at its annual conference at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London.
Tata Chemicals has been given Government consent to construct a 60 megawatt energy from waste plant to provide heat (primarily steam) and electricity to one of its manufacturing sites in Cheshire.
According to a new UN report, coordinated action by governments and industry is urgently needed to reduce the growing risks to human health, the environment, and the economy posed by the poor management of chemicals.
Recently named by Make it in Great Britain as one of its ’30 under 30’ manufacturing
high fliers, AkzoNobel's Lizzie White talks to TM about her passion for her job and the manufacturing industry.
The Italian chemical producer Versalis, which is owned entirely by Italy-based ENI SpA, will invest the £45m to expand Scottish elastomer production in Grangemouth, Scotland.
The Baker Hughes’ chemical plant in Hartlepool is to close at the end of the year with about 75 jobs at risk.
Cummins Turbo Technologies has unveiled a new range of technologies, including the new Waste Heat Turbine Expander, which it believes will help drive industry's desire for greater fuel efficiency.
This week AkzoNobel Decorative Paints in Slough will host a National Work Experience Programme, attended by a group of local students aged between 14 and 15.