Chain of products
Companies in our ecosystem can join a chain and exchange raw materials with each other. Crops such as sugar beet, potatoes and also grass and wood are increasingly being used to produce sustainable chemicals. The chains will be closed in the near future, creating a circular economy. Curious about what raw materials we have with each other. Check this page.
Cyanobacteria next-generation clean chemical production platform
Photanol uses modified cyanobacteria to produce chemicals from CO2 through photosynthesis. The demo plant is an essential step towards scaling up production of organic acids which can be used in biodegradable plastics, personal care products and as intermediates for the chemical industry.
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All related pagesNatural gas Sodium Chloride Biomass Green electricity Magnesium Chloride Agricultural feedstock Methanol Amines Monochloroacetic acid Hydrogen Glycerine Benzene, toluene, xylene (BTX) Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) Aramid Biopolymers Polyester Polyamide Polylactic acid (PLA) Circular polymers Mechanical recycling Chemical recycling