Coca-Cola collaborates with Liquid Light to accelerate its CO2 to MEG process

Liquid Light recently signed a technology development agreement with The Coca-Cola Company to accelerate the progress of its CO2 to mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) conversion technology. This news follows Coca-Cola’s recent unveiling of its first PET plastic bottle made completely from plant materials...

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