LANXESS taps TotalEnergies for biobased styrene

January 9, 2023 |

In France, TotalEnergies has agreed to supply styrene produced from pulp industry by-product tall oil to German chemical company LANXESS. The move supports LANXESS’s ambition to make its upstream and downstream supply chains climate neutral by 2050. LANXESS will use the styrene to produce ion exchange resins, which are primarily used to treat wastewater and chemical process flows as well as in the food industry.

“Our customers are increasingly asking for sustainable solutions, and raw materials with a low carbon footprint are a key lever here. By partnering with TotalEnergies, we can further expand the respective offering for our customers,” says Marcel Beermann, Head of Global Procurement & Logistics at LANXESS.

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