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new_banner-copyChemical Today is a monthly magazine launched as an extension of Annually the magazine covers around 50 sectors in the chemical industry, focussing on 4 to 5 sectors each month. Other than the usual suspects – the Cover Story, Features, Events and Interviews, we will regularly feature Green Chemistry/Sustainability, IT In Chemicals, Automation, Logistics and Research & Development (R&D) By Youngsters.  Read More

Alkali and chlor-vinyl industry in India

international-focus-alkali-chlor-vinyl-industry-1In an interview, Anil Kumar, President, Alkali Manufacturers Association of India (AMAI) and President, DCM Shriram Ltd with Chemical Today magazine tells about the alkali and chlor-vinyl industry in India. The Indian caustic industry is a well established mature industry with a capacity of 34 lakh MTPA (caustic soda) and having a total turnover of about Rs 7,000 crores annually. The industry comprises 34 manufacturing units, provides employment to about 1.5 lakh persons. Read More

Breakthrough in producing renewable car tires from trees, grasses

university-of-minnesota-renewable-tiresMINNEAPOLIS/ST PAUL, US: A team of researchers, led by the University of Minnesota (UMN), has invented a new technology to produce automobile tires from trees and grasses in a process that could shift the tire production industry toward using renewable resources found right in our backyards. Conventional car tires are viewed as environmentally unfriendly because they are predominately made from fossil fuels. The car tires produced from biomass that includes trees. Read More

Hydrogen peroxide market explores vigorous size by 2024

hydrogen-peroxideDELAWARE, US: Rising paper & pulp industry is expected to be the major driver for global hydrogen peroxide market size in the upcoming years. Hydrogen Peroxide market is predicted to reach $6.39 billion by 2024, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights Inc. Applications for brightening of deinked papers will favour industry demand. The global paper & pulp industry was worth more than $550 billion in 2015 and will have a steady growth owing to the increasing. Read More