The circular economy: a relatively straightforward concept, but extremely complex when it comes to its application in the real world. Solvay experts will be at mobility summit Movin’ On to share and debate about developing the circular economy based on a simple example: shared electric bike services in cities.
Some products, such as the carton you pour milk from for your morning coffee or the plastic water bottle you bought the other day at a gas station, are so ordinary and of everyday use that people rarely stop to think about the production process behind them. How do these products get made and where do they end up?
The relationship between Peróxidos do Brasil and BBC has been lasting for more than 20 years. Some of the highlights of this solid partnership are that BBC was the second customer to sign a supply contract with our company and the pioneer in Brazil to use hydrogen peroxide 70% in the ESBO (epoxidation of soybean oil) production.
Solvay has launched a project to improve the lives of guar farmers and their communities in Rajasthan, India. Guar is used as a natural polymer in various applications of our daily life. Helping the guar farmers of tomorrow: http://www.solvay.com/en/asking-more/helping-the-guar-farmers-of-tomorrow.html
What do you imagine the future will be like? For us, the future is a good place for everyone. Through visionary partnerships and advanced specialty polymers we develop technologies that improve the quality of our lives, for big and small alike. At Solvay, we don’t imagine the future, we invent it every day.