Polimeri Europa & Novamont Collaborate to Build Facilities for Producing Bio-plastics in Italy

SpecialChem - Jun 15, 2011

The new Joint Italian Venture has as its mission the designing, building and managing of chemical plants using vegetable oil feedstock for the production of biochemicals (bio-plastics, bio-lubricants and bio-additives for elastomers). Polimeri Europa the biggest Italian chemical company, a subsidiary of Eni and Novamont one of the global market leaders in biodegradable plastics announced 13 June plans to build an innovative bio-based chemical complex in Porto Torres (Sardinia, Italy). With a total investment of 500 million Euro ($700 million), the project consists of seven new plants an integrated production chain from vegetable oil to bio plastics to be completed within the next six years, and a research center devoted...

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