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01 Apr. 2021 | Comments (0)

Lars Kissau, SVP Global Strategic Business Development at BASF’s Petrochemical division joins The Conference Board’s Uwe Schulte in this latest episode of this podcast series. Lars and Uwe explore the pros and cons of converting mixed and possibly contaminated plastic waste back into original oil and then producing new virgin plastic materials from it.

This emerging technology could help avoid dumping plastic waste or incineration. The ecological and commercial impacts of this emerging technology are also discussed.

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