Carbon dioxide replaces petroleum in plastics and synthetics
On the way to becoming a jack of all trades
Sleep on carbon dioxide? Absolutely! Run on CO₂? Not a problem either. Even dressing up with the gas will likely soon be possible. Bound in plastic or synthetic material, carbon dioxide will find its way into many products of our everyday life. The greenhouse gas is well on its way to becoming a useful raw material - out of the air and into useful products. This is the result of a revolutionary process that we developed together with our partner RWTH Aachen and for which we have received many awards. It is more than a purely technical innovation in plastics and synthetics production - it conserves fossil fuels such as crude oil and reduces the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. This is a real contribution to the efficient use of resources, climate protection and recycling.