The I'm greenTM brand represents Braskem’s sustainable portfolio, aligned with its commitment to the circular economy and features bio-based and recycled products.
The goal is to combine innovation with sustainable development to achieve a better impact on the planet and society.
Braskem is helping transform our current linear into a thriving circular economy. To find ways to re-purpose post-consumer plastic waste, we have been working in partnership with various clients to make existing products easier to identify, collect and recycle.
It is essential to evaluate all steps of the cycle to reach, for example, a design that promotes viable recycling and reverse logistics. This collaborative effort has a positive impact when investing in sustainable products and processes.Newsletter Carbon Neutral Circular Economy
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Launch of renewable polyethylene with an investment of USD 290mi. Recognition of 56 awards since 2007 for Braskem and customers.
RENEWABLE ETHYLENE PLANT
Inauguration of the renewable ethylene plant
First production of LDPE
Inauguration of the Research and Development Laboratory
3D PRINTING THE FUTURE
Promoting the I'm Green™ bio-based by using renewable PE for 3D Printing in space
Haldor Topsoe partnership
Strengthen of the strategy with the EVA I'm green™ bio-based launch, a partnership with Allbirds
EXPANSION OF I’M GREEN™ PORTFOLIO
Development of I'm green™ recycled portfolio
Advancements in chemical recycling
Renewable source PE wax
Launch of wax from renewable source polyethylene, expanding the I’m green bio-based portfólio
I'M GREEN RECYCLED AND RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO
Increase the volume sold and the variety of solutions
As inovações em plásticos são essenciais para permitir que a sociedade eleve os padrões de qualidade de vida e tenha disponíveis alternativas mais sustentáveis. Reunimos as novidades sobre o portfólio I’m green™, vídeos e releases divulgados para a imprensa.
With the new solution, the company expands its I'm greenTM portfolioKeep reading
Tests of new sustainable routes for producing resins from renewable and circular materials will continue in 2021, in São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul
Launch Includes a New EVA Clog from Pennsylvania-based Footwear Company Dansko
The unit producing green ethylene, the feedstock used to produce thermoplastic resins from renewable resources, will see an increase in capacity of 260 kton/year (up from 200kton/year). This expansion will meet strong global demand for biopolymers and contribute towards Braskem becoming a carbon neutral company by 2050