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Solvay provides 15 innovative products applied in more than 6,000 parts that help harvest and store energy, optimize fuel consumption and lightweight the Solar Impulse plane. Moreover, it supplies the structural adhesives and pre-impregnated fibres used to build the wing spars and rear stabilizer parts, also of the first Solar Impulse.
Bright sunshine, a cloudless sky: beautifully sunny weather draws millions of holidaymakers to the island of Cyprus every year. Nevertheless, the hot, dry climate brings difficulties of its own. Water is a scarce commodity in Cyprus and the country is seeking sustainable solutions to address the problem. The BASF subsidiary inge® manufactures ultrafiltration membranes for […]
P&G brands have been in the business of cleaning for 178 years. More than a decade ago, P&G scientists developed a powdered cleaning technology that transforms dirty water into clean drinking water. The non-profit P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program shares the power of clean water with children and families around the world. For each […]
It’s called the HydroPack™ – a paper-thin pouch that overnight can turn dirty water into a flavored, healthy drink. Developed by Hydration Technology Innovations (HTI), the HydroPack™ uses a membrane made from Eastman cellulose acetate that is the heart of HTI’s proprietary Forward Osmosis technology. In the hands of children following a disaster such as […]
With busy lifestyles and a growing urban population comes an increase in demand for food that is fresh, healthy, and convenient. Increasing food production efficiency and addressing waste has become a major priority, and Dow is committed to developing innovative flexible packaging solutions that address these challenges.
In some parts of the world, temperatures above 40 degree Celsius in the summer are common. That means even a thick-walled building will heat up like an oven, and air conditioners work overtime. AkzoNobel Decorative Paints has developed exterior wall paints that reflect more infrared light to reduce heat absorption and reduce energy consumption.
Rapid population growth is putting big demands on our cities. That’s why AkzoNobel has launched its Human Cities initiative – to help urban areas become more inspiring, energizing and vibrant for people across the world.
Have you ever heard of “smart yarns”? Amni Soul Eco is the first biodegradable polyamide fiber in the world. Developed by Rhodia, the Brazilian branch of Solvay, we the fiber is estimated to biodegrade 100% in the landfill environment after 28 months.
Sasol is creating environmentally friendly living spaces by building houses with eco-friendly building materials. These materials are made from the waste product left after burning coal – a fly ash and patent polymer mixture. The houses build in Cosmo City, South Africa are faster to build, just as strong as bricks and cement and cleaner […]