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Borealis to open chemical recycling unit in Sweden

Borealis plans to ramp up the production of more circular base chemicals and polyolefin-based products by opening a chemical recycling unit in Sweden. A feasibility study for a unit at the Borealis production site in Stenungsund is now underway. Funded in part by a grant awarded by the Swedish Energy Agency, the study is being…

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