Batteries evolve thanks to new polymeric materials. Electric mobility will soon be able to compete with combustion engines.
Resins give impetus to additive printing which replaces traditional techniques in the production of increasingly large and resistant pieces.
Only with the collaboration between politics, economy and industry it’s possible to create a new model of sustainable economy that conserves the resources of the Earth.
A Covestro plant produces polymers with recovered CO₂-based polyols and has initiated projects to use them as a substitute for conventional raw materials.
Biomass and the 12 principles of green chemistry.
From prototypes to mass production: new polymers make 3D printing grow.
Digital transformation improves production processes and changes the roles of people in the company. Covestro is at the forefront of data science processes applied to industry.
With new chemical processes it is possible to obtain carbon from biomass and CO₂ emissions. Sustainable polymers for the circular economy are born.
Mechanical and chemical methods to recycle plastic indefinitely. How polymeric waste becomes raw material.
180 politicians, managers and representatives of civil society have joined forces to form a European alliance for sustainable growth after the pandemic.
How Covestro puts in place actions and collaborations to transform plastic waste and recover a precious raw material
Cities need to breathe! How innovative materials can change the face of our urban movements. Covestro`s research.
A strategy that must involve all phases of product creation: raw materials, manufacturing, energy and suppliers.
Among the undisputed macrotrends of the 21st century there is a growing increase in the demand for medical devices directly linked to the increase of our life expectancy.