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Circular economy at BASF

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Circular economy means the decoupling of growth and resource consumption. The picture represents the variety of plastic waste of an average household. The aim is to establish a new understanding of plastic waste as a resource and to see research into recycling possibilities as an opportunity. BASF contributes to closing and expanding the cycles by developing and implementing recycling solutions for the materials we purchase, further optimizing our operations and offering resource-efficient products and services that support our customers' recycling targets.

In this online seminar we will share details about the BASF Circular Economy Program and its offerings such as ChemCycling™. This program helps us move toward a more circular economy by increasingly using recycled and renewable feedstocks, shaping new material cycles and creating new business models, therefore making the most of the limited resources of our planet.

 

Speaker:

Andreas Kicherer, BASF SE, Director Sustainability Strategy

Victoria Wessolowski, BASF SE, Global Plastics Advocacy Network, Advocacy for Packaging & Product’s End of Life

Circular economy at BASF

Circular economy at BASF

Circular economy means the decoupling of growth and resource consumption. The picture represents the variety of plastic waste of an average household. The aim is to establish a new understanding of plastic waste as a resource and to see research into recycling possibilities as an opportunity. BASF contributes to closing and expanding the cycles by developing and implementing recycling solutions for the materials we purchase, further optimizing our operations and offering resource-efficient products and services that support our customers' recycling targets.

Watch the recorded web seminar on YouTube