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Renewable plastics supply chain built in Asia

Neste, Idemitsu Kosan, Chimei and Mitsubishi Corporation have agreed to build a renewable plastics supply chain utilising bio-based hydrocarbons (Neste RE) for the production of styrene monomer (such as bio-SM), and its mass balanced renewable plastics derivatives. The bio-SM production in Japan and the renewable plastics production in Taiwan will mark the first of such production in…

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