The Upcycling Webinar
Webinar Polimerica.it: MyReplast TM technology and products: the premium recycled from plastic waste Upcycling”.
On 18th November Valerio Coppini, NextChem VP Business Development, joined the webinar organized by NextChem with Polimerica.it, the main Italian trade media of the plastics sector.
NEXTCHEM IS GROWING IN CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND LAUNCHES MYRECHEMICAL, ITS SUBSIDIARY FOR WASTE TO CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES
Maire Tecnimont Group’s company for energy transition strengthens its corporate structure to meet the market with the most innovative technological solutions for circular economy: the new subsidiary MyRechemical is entirely dedicated to the technologies for chemical conversion of waste for the production of hydrogen, methanol, ethanol and “circular” derivatives.
Pierroberto Folgiero: "Per la transizione energetica in Italia serve una nuova politica di filiera"
La transizione energetica è solo per una parte “decarbonizzazione”, nel senso di eliminare il carbone e gli oli pesanti dalla generazione delle fonti energetiche attraverso l’uso di fonti rinnovabili.
MAIRE TECNIMONT GROUP’S NEXTCHEM AND INDIAN OIL CORPORATION SIGN INDIA'S FIRST CIRCULAR ECONOMY MoU
Milan, 03 November 2020 - Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announces that NextChem, the Group’s subsidiary dedicated to green chemistry and technologies for the energy transition, and Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IndianOil), today have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the development of industrial projects using NextChem technologies to foster the industrialization of circular economy in India.
Aliplast and NextChem team up for plastics recycling
Milan, October 29, 2020 – Maire Tecnimont S.P.A. and Hera Group announce today the signing of a strategic agreement between Aliplast, Hera Group’s subsidiary for the collection, recycling and conversion of plastics, and NextChem, Maire Tecnimont Group’s company for the development of projects and technologies for the energy transition.
With solar power to more sustainable pasta
Wheat, water, and energy are the ingredients of delicious Italian pasta. In the European HiFlex research project, industrial companies and research institutes from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) are now working together to reduce the CO2-footprint of pasta production. The world’s largest pasta producer Barilla is one of the industrial partners of the project.