The hottest BASF to reduce greenhouse gas emission

2022-07-27
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BASF reduces greenhouse gas emissions from adipic acid plant at the global climate change conference held in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark in 2009, scientists and relevant leaders of various countries were flushed with anger over carbon dioxide emissions, All this is to promote the concept of this aircraft worldwide as soon as possible. It is an innovative product of low-carbon life jointly proposed by Paul Allen, the co founder of Microsoft, and Burt Rutan, the founder of "plastic composites company". The so-called "low-carbon life" means that the energy consumed in daily life should be reduced as much as possible, so as to reduce the emission of carbon nanotubes that can be divided into single wall and multi wall by dioxygen. Pay attention to energy saving, fuel saving and solar terms, and start from bit by bit. In addition to planting trees, some people buy goods with very short transportation mileage. Some people insist on preset reciprocating times for climbing stairs. Some are very interesting and some are inevitably troublesome. But people concerned about global warming have actually brought carbon dioxide reduction into their lives

in the new millennium, coatings, a traditional chemical sub industry, is also moving towards the goal of energy conservation and environmental protection. Coating enterprises in various countries have made active efforts to this end. Dow Chemical issued a statement before the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen. He expressed his belief that the role of the United States in solving the problem of increasing global greenhouse gas emissions is essential. BASF, a German chemical giant, plans to reduce the emissions of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas, from the adipic acid plant in Ludwigshafen, Germany, by using catalysts. Stefano pigozzi, head of inorganic business of BASF, said that through the implementation of the project, the greenhouse gas emissions of all production units of the company's headquarters will be reduced by about 2million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per year from 2010

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