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AkzoNobel sponsors study to assess viability of producing chemicals from beetroot sugars
AkzoNobel has joined forces with SuikerUnie (Dinteloord the Netherlands), Rabobank (Utrecht, the Netherlands), Deloitte, Investment and Development Agency for the Northern Netherlands (NOM; Groningen, the Netherlands), Groningen Seaports (Delfzijl, the...

DSM opens materials R&D center in the Netherlands
DSM has inaugurated an R&D center for high-performance materials at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen, Netherlands. The newly inaugurated center is DSM’s largest materials center worldwide and forms part of a €100-million ($125...

Distributor IMCD's net profit more than doubles
Specialty chemicals distributor IMCD (Rotterdam) posted a more than doubling in net profit before amortization and nonrecurring items for the first nine months of 2014, compared with the same period of last year, to €35 million on sales up 12%, to...

ECHA starts public consultation on methyl hydrazine under CLH
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA; Helsinki) has opened a public consultation for methyl hydrazine under the harmonized classification and labeling (CLH) regulation. The CLH dossier is being submitted by the Netherlands. The hazard class open for comments...

AkzoNobel and Dutch partners work with Enerkem to explore waste-to-chemicals production
AkzoNobel is working with Enerkem (Montreal) to explore the use of waste streams as a feedstock for producing chemical and to develop waste-to-chemicals facilities. AkzoNobel says it is part of a Dutch partnership—consisting of industry and...

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