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Collaboration on circular materials with Elix Polymers / Supply of recycled styrene

Collaboration on circular materials with Elix Polymers / Supply of recycled styreneRepsol and Elix Polymers plan to supply ISCC PLUS-certified recycled styrene from 2021 onwards (Photo: Repsol)Spanish energy and petrochemicals group Repsol (Madrid; says it has signed a collaboration agreement with compatriot ABS manufacturer Elix Polymers (Tarragona; to promote circular materials in high added-value products in sectors such as automotive, health, household appliances, building and construction. As part of the agreement, Repsol will supply ISCC Plus-certified styrene from chemical recycling, which Elix will use to produce polymers such as ABS and SAN.
The partnership is expected to allow for the development of a collaborative framework between the two companies in circular economy matters. This includes a commitment to regularly supply styrene with ISCC Plus certification from 2021 onwards.
This initiative is part of some 200 projects underway at Repsol to promote its objective to become a zero net-emissions company by 2050. Repsol and Elix are members of the Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS, Brussels / Belgium; platform, a joint industry initiative founded by Ineos Styrolution (Frankfurt / Germany;, Total (Paris / France;, Trinseo (Berwyn, Pennsylvania / USA; and Versalis (Milan / Italy; in 2018 seeking to increase the circularity of styrenics (see of 18.12.2018).26.10.2020 [246207-0]

Publication date: 26/10/2020


This project has been co-funded with the support of the LIFE financial instrument of the European Union [LIFE17 ENV/ES/000438] Life programme

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