Grupo Antolin, a global supplier of technological solutions for car interiors, is studying the potential of carbon nanofibers to improve the efficiency, durability, and cost reduction of critical components in next-generation hydrogen fuel cells.
Covestro will continue as the main sponsor of Team Sonnenwagen Aachen, the team of students from RWTH Aachen University and Aachen University of Applied Sciences responsible for the development of the "Covestro Photon”, until 2023, the company has announced.
Covestro, Advanced Polymer Technology and Polytan jointly developed the Poligras Tokyo GT field hockey surface. Used as a flooring in the hockey fields at this summer's major sporting event in Tokyo, it contains a polyurethane raw material from Covestro produced with up to 20 percent CO₂.
In 2019, the DuPont Mobility & Materials production facility at Dordrecht, the Netherlands, was the first DuPont manufacturing site to receive ISCC certification - and was the first POM plant worldwide to be certified.
Said to be the world’s only continuous-filament cellulose non-woven, Bemiese, produced by Asahi Kasei from cotton linter, has further enhanced its sustainability credentials with its recent certification as OK biodegradable MARINE by TÜV AUSTRIA Belgium.