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BASF has jointly established a global alliance to end plastic waste BASF has jointly established a global alliance to end plastic waste January 17, 2019 reading: a variety of mature technologies have been introduced to the market source: BASF has contributed nearly 30 enterprises in the value chain of plastics and consumer goods to jointly invest 1billion US dollars to help end plastic waste in the environment BASF will support the alliance to promote relevant solutions, BASF today jointly established a global alliance to end plastic waste - the alliance to end plastic waste (EPW) to jointly promote relevant solutions with nearly 30 enterprises of the alliance to reduce and eliminate the impact of plastic waste on the environment, especially on the ocean. Aepw has committed US $1billion (with a target of US $1.5 billion over the next five years) to help end plastic waste in the environment. Alliance members will develop new solutions to reduce and control plastic waste; This also includes promoting the recycling program of plastic products and promoting the realization of circular economy of Chinese coatings

Dr. Martin Bruderm ü ller, chairman of the executive board and chief technology officer of BASF Europe, has always supported the establishment of the alliance. He said: "We firmly support the goal of reducing plastic waste in the natural environment. BASF has jointly established this alliance because we hope to lead and promote innovative solutions and contribute to effectively solving the global problem of plastic waste. Plastic is an efficient material, which can save resources and is beneficial to human health, safety and social convenience. However, if plastic waste is not reasonably used, treated and recycled, these advantages will Become a weakness. "

it is crucial to understand the source of plastic waste. According to the research of the ocean conservation, the plastic in the ocean mainly comes from land garbage. Most of the plastic wastes reach the ocean through rivers and trace their sources, mainly including ten important rivers that flow through densely populated areas in Asia and Africa. These areas lack sufficient waste treatment and recycling facilities, resulting in a large amount of waste leakage. Aepw will launch actions where it is most needed, including promoting multiple projects in four key areas:

developing infrastructure, collecting and managing waste, and increasing recycling efficiency

through innovation, the friction head is placed in the middle and the utilization of new technologies is expanded to make the recycling and utilization of plastics more convenient, and to explore the value from the used plastic products

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education and participation of government, enterprises and communities to mobilize and accelerate action

clean up the plastic wastes in the severely affected areas, especially the main channels for land wastes to flow into the sea, such as rivers

david Taylor, chairman of aepw and CEO of P & G, said: "everyone agrees that plastic waste does not belong to the sea or anywhere in the environment. Ending plastic pollution is a complex and serious challenge facing the world, which requires rapid and decisive action and strong leadership. The new alliance has gathered all forces to work together to end plastic waste in the environment."

the alliance is a non-profit organization with members from various companies in the global plastic and consumer value chain: chemical and plastic manufacturers, consumer goods companies, retailers, processors and waste management companies. The alliance will cooperate with governments, intergovernmental organizations, academia, non-governmental organizations and civil society to jointly invest in joint projects to completely eliminate plastic waste in the environment

BASF joined the alliance, consolidating its practice of dealing with plastics in a negative way. Bo mule said: "An important measure to prevent plastic waste from polluting the environment wantonly is to build a closed loop and recycle plastic waste into brand-new raw materials. The chemical industry plays an important role in innovating and promoting the industrialization process of transforming plastic waste into new products. Taking the 'chemical recycling project' recently launched by BASF as an example, this project uses innovative technologies for the first time to promote plastic recycling and recycling. BASF has worked with customers Customers and partners have developed and produced the first batch of products based on chemically recycled plastics. "

at the same time, BASF has also actively implemented "operation clean sweep" in its global plastic particle production bases ®” International initiatives to reduce the loss of plastic particles in the value chain through behavioral, structural and technical means. In addition, BASF actively participates in various cooperative initiatives and association projects (such as the world Plastics Council, the Allen MacArthur Foundation, the flexible packaging circular economy project "ceflex") to carry out waste management and education

aepw's founding members include BASF, Beirui global, Braskem, Chevron Phillips Chemical, Klein, kostron, CP Group, Dow Chemical, DSM, ExxonMobil, Formosa Plastics (USA), Henkel, leanderbasel, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings, Mitsui chemical, Nova chemical, oxychem, PolyOne, P & G, Reliance Industries, Saudi Basic Industries, Sasol, shell, Suez, Siam chemical Sumitomo chemical, total, Veolia and versalis under Eni group

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