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Sustainability

BASF’s biomass balance approach

Reduce CO2 emissions and save fossil resources

BASF’s biomass balance approach contributes to the use of renewable raw materials in BASF's integrated production system and can be applied to the majority of BASF's product portfolio.

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BASF's biomass balance approach

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New: OPPANOL® BMBcert™ Biomass Balanced

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Dicykan BMBcertTM

Dicykan serves as a raw material for the production of frames and lenses of eyeglasses, amongst other applications. With the “biomass balance principle” BASF found a way to reduce the product carbon footprint of Dicykan by at least 50 percent through exchanging the fossil feedstock with renewable feedstock. In addition, BASF customers support the shift to a circular economy with Dicykan BMBcert™.

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Our biomass balanced product portfolio

 

The approach is applied to many BASF products, such as superabsorbents, dispersions, plastics and intermediates. The resulting biomass balanced products offer BASF customers a differentiation opportunity such as a quantifiably improved CO2 footprint and savings of fossil resources. Customers can rely on the identical product quality and performance to which they are accustomed to and benefit from a sustainable drop-in solution, making a conscious contribution to environmental protection.

BASF markets its biomass balanced products as BMBcertTM portfolio.

Examples for biomass balanced products by industry: