Keeping carbon alive: How Covestro is pushing its supply chain to make more from CO2

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Covestro's production plant in Dormagen where it is incorporating 20 per cent CO2 into a component for insulation foam | Credit: Covestro
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Covestro's production plant in Dormagen where it is incorporating 20 per cent CO2 into a component for insulation foam | Credit: Covestro

Richard Northcote, chief sustainability officer at the chemicals giant, talks to BusinessGreen about oil alternatives and CO2 utilisation

"Zero carbon is a complete and utter misnomer…" We've all heard the innuendo - it's not the size; it's what you do with it that counts. It's less often that you hear the same argument applied to greenhouse...

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