LBC Tank Terminals has officially become an associate member of Chemical Recycling Europe (CRE), an industry association supporting and advocating for chemical recycling in Europe, dedicated to closing the loop for plastics through collaboration on circular and sustainable technologies.
"As the first terminal operator joining CRE, LBC’s participation reflects the growing interest of the industry in advancing our mission towards a more sustainable and circular economy in Europe, and we are pleased to welcome them as partners in this journey,” said John Sewell, Secretary General of CRE.
LBC has assumed a significant role in supporting these objectives through vast knowledge in the safe storage and handling of various chemicals, including those integral to the circular chemical value chain, while also offering sustainable storage solutions tailored to the evolving needs of the emerging chemical recycling sector. These efforts are carried out while adhering to stringent environmental and safety standards and promoting resource efficiency.
René Loozen, Business and Market Intelligence Manager, highlighted LBC’s enthusiasm regarding its involvement in CRE: "We are confident that our membership will provide us with invaluable insights and will facilitate the development of a robust network within this emerging value chain. We are eager to contribute to the ongoing progress by sharing our expertise in safe and sustainable storage solutions.”
The marks a significant step towards a future where waste is repurposed, contributing to both environmental and economic sustainability. This transition is a collective effort, and through connection and collaboration with other members in CRE, LBC is committed to making a meaningful and relevant impact.
Read the article online at: https://www.tanksterminals.com/terminals/16112023/lbc-tank-terminals-joins-chemical-recycling-europe/
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