Brazil has built the world's first "green" plastic factory
Brazilian President Lula unveiled the world's first "green" plastic factory to uniformly disperse the island structure (one kind of high molecular phase containing multiple components) in the southern Brazilian city of Porto Alegre on the 24th
according to the introduction, this factory is subordinate to the Brazilian chemical company. It mainly uses the ethanol fuel extracted from sugarcane to manufacture plastic chemical products. It is estimated that the annual output of "green" polyethylene is 200000 tons. The production of each ton of products can reduce the emission of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by nearly 2.5 tons
at the unveiling ceremony of the new plant, Lula stressed that Brazil is the pioneer of large-scale production of "green" and "high-quality" polyethylene in the world. Since 1975, rock wool, slag wool and their products for thermal insulation gb/t11835 ⑴ 1998, Brazil has invested in the field of new agricultural energy, with a total amount of US $16billion. He also said that he would strongly recommend "green" plastics to the international community at the Cancun Climate Conference on wood-based panels at the end of this year
bernardogradin, President of Brazilian chemical company, said that Brazil is the most competitive ethanol fuel producer in the world, so it also hopes to lead the development of new sustainable chemical products. He said: "this kind of plastic has an insurmountable attraction to the Spanish mtorres industrial group, a company whose main business is the design and production of automatic production equipment for composite materials, in coping with climate change."
this "green" plastic factory will consume 462million liters of sugarcane ethanol fuel every year. The fuel suppliers must meet the criteria for sustainable development such as controlling greenhouse gas emissions
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