announces the launch of its new product range RE:clic for its low-carbon polymers that contribute to address the challenges of the circular economy.
Lighter than many alternatives, polymers contribute to reduce the carbon footprint of many end-use applications by improving their energy efficiency.
Build from Hard-to-Recycle Plastic Waste
TotalEnergies has been reinventing its polymers sourcing to accompany the transformation of the plastics value chain. Its portfolio based on polymers from recycled material or from bio-feedstock will help its customers achieve their sustainability goals, without compromises on performance or processability.
Within the RE:clic range, we now distinguish between:
- The RE:use polymers range, which contain recycled plastic obtained through a mechanical recycling process. They are derived from post-consumer and post-industrial plastic wastes;
- The RE:build polymers range, which are produced through an advanced recycling process that converts hard to recycle plastic waste into circular feedstock. The recycled content of the resulting polymers is tracked throughout the production process thanks to the ISCC PLUS certification. These polymers exhibit identical properties to virgin polymers and are therefore suitable for high-end, demanding applications, including food-contact;
- The RE:newable polymers range, which are derived from bio-based products. Produced from renewable feedstocks certified under ISCC PLUS, these polymers substantially reduce the carbon footprint of finished products and retain virgin-like properties.
"This announcement marks yet another step forward in TotalEnergies’ development of a circular economy for plastics and is fully aligned with the Company’s ambition
”, said Nathalie Brunelle, vice president Polymers at TotalEnergies. “The products associated with these new ranges are concrete solutions to help us reach our ambition of commercializing 30% circular polymers by 2030
”.Related Read: Sustainability in Plastics - How Material Suppliers Work Towards Circular Supply Chain??
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