Renewable processes for fighting global warming

Circular chemistry and renewable processes have to be developed with great speed to meet the climate objectives and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Only then can they make an impact.

Circular chemistry provides solutions for reducing the quantity of fossil materials required to produce the products we use daily. Renewable processes therefore play an important role in fighting global warming.

Renewable processes of the future are:
– Biobased processes
– Chemical recycling
– Process electrification
– Green Hydrogen
– Renewable energy innovation

The Chemistry of the Future Series, being organised by Jakajima in close collaboration with strategic partner Brightlands Chemelot Campus, will cover specific themes concerning Circular chemistry during the following conferences:

Circular Chemistry Conference
There are several renewable alternative processes to fossil chemistry to create new plastics. This conference is all about turning waste materials into new polymers using gasification and about turning waste plastic via pyrolysis or chemical recycling into new plastics replacing plastics made from new linear fossil feedstocks. Read more

Green Chemistry Conference
Chemical process electrification replaces the use of fossil fuels with renewable energy. High-temperature applications are key in most chemical production methods and the power demand of a typical chemical process is enormous. The general trend in plant design is to replace rotating equipment for electrical drives. Read More

Strategic Partner

Brightlands Chemelot Campus is a world-leading innovation location in smart materials and sustainable manufacturing and home to a vibrant and fast-growing open community of groundbreaking companies and knowledge institutes. Read more

This conference is organised by Jakajima, Matchmaker for Innovators.