Brazilian and French Firms Collaborate on GHG Reductions
10:03 AM MST | December 22, 2009 | alex scott
A group of 25 companies from France and Brazil, including Rhodia, have made a joint commitment to develop industrial partnerships aimed at reducing emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG). The collaboration follows a joint position by the presidents of France and Brazil made last month to undertake technological and industrial cooperation between the two countries. Areas where the companies plan to collaborate include the development of cleaner and more sustainable production processes by using clean technologies, biomass as raw material for industrial chemistry, CO2...
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