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TotalEnergiesAbout TotalEnergies and Polymers
TotalEnergies develops, produces and commercializes polymers — polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, their recycled equivalents and biopolymers — that can be incorporated in the plastics manufacturing process. Lighter than many alternative materials, they help reduce the carbon footprint of end-use applications through enhanced energy efficiency. TotalEnergies’ polymers experts in Europe, Asia and the United States of America are working alongside all the professionals in the value chain, including plastic manufacturers, research centers, waste collection and sorting companies, and their customers to accelerate in the circular economy. The Company is developing different plastic recycling processes and using renewable raw materials, with the ambition to commercialize 30% circular polymers by 2030.

About TotalEnergies
TotalEnergies is a global multi-energy company that produces and markets energies on a global scale: oil and biofuels, natural gas and green gases, renewables and electricity. Our 105,000 employees are committed to energy that is ever more affordable, clean, reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, TotalEnergies puts sustainable development in all its dimensions at the heart of its projects and operations to contribute to the well-being of people.

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Clariter and TotalEnergies Fluids announce a world premiere: the production of the first ultra-pure solvents made from plastic waste

Clariter and TotalEnergies Fluids announce a world premiere: the production of the first ultra-pure solvents made from plastic waste.Clariter, a global cleantech company, and TotalEnergies Fluids, a division of TotalEnergies, have premiered the world’s first sustainable ultra-pure solvent made from plastic waste.

TotalEnergies and Intraplás celebrate their collaboration on the commercialization of drop-in packaging solutions from renewable sources, using TotalEnergies RE:clic range

TotalEnergies and Intraplás celebrate their collaboration on the commercialization of drop-in packaging solutions from renewable sources, using TotalEnergies RE:clic range.TotalEnergies and Intraplás are collaborating to bring sustainable solutions to the packaging market, without compromising on performance and food safety. Intraplás is launching commercial products using TotalEnergies RE:newable polymer – a range of the RE:clic portfolio - coming from renewable sourcing therefore allowing for a substantial reduction of the final product’s carbon footprint.

TotalEnergies joins NEXTLOOPP to accelerate the development of food-grade recycled polymers

TotalEnergiesTotalEnergies has joined NEXTLOOPP, an initiative bringing together 47 companies from the plastics value chain that aims to create food-grade recycled polymer from advanced me-chanical recycling.

France: TotalEnergies increases its production of high-performance recycled polymers for automotive

TotalEnergies announces the construction of a new production line of high-performance recycled polypropylene for automotive in its polymer plant in Carling, France.

TotalEnergies, Windmöller & Hölscher and Mitsubishi Chemical Group’s collaboration led to High Barrier Recyclable packaging contributing to materials circularity

TotalEnergiesTotalEnergies, Windmöller & Hölscher and Mitsubishi Chemical Group announce today the successful proof of concept of a fully recyclable High Barrier Stand-up Pouch suitable for food-grade applications.

TotalEnergies unveils its new product range RE:clic to accelerate the circular economy for plastics

TotalEnergies 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.

TotalEnergies and Indaver sign an offtake agreement for petrochemical feedstock from advanced recycling

TotalEnergies, a global multi-energy company and Indaver, a leader in sustainable waste management and advanced recycling in Europe, announced a commercial agreement for the supply of petrochemical feedstock generated from recycling of mixed polyolefins waste.

Cray Valley receives new ISCC PLUS certification for the production of its renewable resins in Carling

Cray Valley announces the extension of ISCC PLUS certification on the Carling Saint-Avold platform in France, enabling the production and commercialization of Certified Renewable Resins within this specialty business unit.

TotalEnergies and Vanheede Environment Group sign a commercial agreement to scale up the manufacturing of circular polymers from post-consumption plastic waste

TotalEnergies and Vanheede Environment Group sign a commercial agreement to scale up the manufacturing of circular polymers from post-consumption plastic waste. TotalEnergies and Vanheede Environment Group announce today the signing of a long-term commercial agreement for the supply of post-consumer recycled (PCR) raw material, to be used as feedstock in the production of circular polymers for durable applications.

TotalEnergies and Berry Global Advance Material Circularity by Using Recycled Plastic in Food Packaging

TotalEnergies and Berry Global today announce their collaboration to make food packaging more circular and divert waste from landfills. TotalEnergies will supply Berry Global with Certified Circular Polymers obtained through advanced recycling of post-consumer plastic waste that is otherwise hard to recycle via existing processes. This will help reduce waste and allow Berry Global to use more recycled plastic in its food and beverage packaging as well as healthcare products.

Belgium: TotalEnergies increases its production of high-performance polymers for specialty markets

TotalEnergiesTotalEnergies Polymer plant in Feluy, Belgium, announced the startup of a new production of high-performance polymers with the commissioning of a new reactor in its polypropylene unit.

TotalEnergies and Jindal Films reinforce their partnership to introduce Certified Circular Polypropylene into high-end flexible food packaging, using advanced recycling technology from Plastic Energy

TotalEnergies and Jindal Films reinforce their partnership to introduce Certified Circular Polypropylene into high-end flexible food packaging, using advanced recycling technology from Plastic Energy. 
(Photo: Total, PR038)TotalEnergies and Jindal Films have joined forces to produce more sustainable flexible food packaging and labels. Using advanced recycling technology from Plastic Energy, TotalEnergies will supply Jindal Films with Certified Circular Polypropylene produced from post-consumer plastic waste*. This new value-chain collaboration will divert plastic waste currently destined for incineration and landfill because it is too complex to recycle through existing schemes. 

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