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The European industry is having a tough time. The challenges are piling up: high energy and raw material prices, strict emission requirements and the need to invest heavily in sustainability. Greenification offers a possible way out, but it requires broad supra-regional cooperation to achieve it.
Editorial office / Moerdijk

This was apparent at the Chemical Recycling Summit (CRS) in Moerdijk, The Netherlands on 22 November, organised by Circular Biobased Delta and partners.

Chemical recycling is about turning mixed streams containing both biomass and waste plastics into new raw materials for the chemical and plastics industry. The move to circular raw materials involves changes throughout the chain. National and European legislation traditionally focused on sharply distinguishable sectors such as waste and chemicals will also have to be adjusted. Cooperation is the key. Not only within the chain, but also across sectors, regions and even countries.

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