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DSM on Track to Commercialize Production of Resins, Adhesives and Coatings from CO2

11:04 AM MDT | March 17, 2010 | Alex Scott

DSM says it expects to be in a position to announce plans for the commercialization of specific products derived from CO2 feedstocks in the next 12-24 months. “We have sufficient perspective now to say we will continue down this road,” the company tells CW. DSM’s activities until then will focus on product development and testing with customers. DSM says it is developing a range of polymer resins including those for adhesives, coatings and inks that use CO2 as a feedstock. Other raw materials to be used in the process include propylene oxide...

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