Bayer opens CO2 to polyurethane plant

Last week, chemical and pharmaceutical giant Bayer opened a polyurethane production facility in Germany, which uses CO2 as a feedstock. Bayer is working with German utility RWE on the project, which supplies the scrubbed CO2 from flue gas streams. Bayer said that the key to the process is a recently...

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