In 2019, LyondellBasell achieved the first parallel production of polypropylene and low-density polyethylene made from renewable raw materials as an alternative to fossilderived resources. Since that time, we have expanded our renewable-based polymers to help our customers create packaging that appeals to consumers who prioritize sustainability, which is approximately 26% of the global marketplace according to a recent Harvard Business Review survey.
For Laboratories Sarbec whose purpose is to “allow everyone to take care of their body and protect it, while preserving the beauty of our planet,” our renewable-based polymers make sense for their brand CORINE DE FARME. In 2021, they will launch a baby & intimate product range, including shower gels and shampoos packaged in LyondellBasell’s CirculenRenew high density polyethylene polymers.
“The most innovative results come from working together with our customers to design effective solutions. It is our ambition to not only offer a vast rang of materials, but also sustainable solutions to advance their goals.”
- Richard Roudeix Senior Vice President of Olefins & Polyolefins, Europe, Middle East, Africa and India for LyondellBasell
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