HBCD To Phase Out in the Chinese Market

Emerald Innovation 3000 is a sustainable and superior alternative

The traditionally used flame retardant HBCD (hexabromocyclodododecane) is listed in the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) and may no longer be used in China from December 25, 2021. To support you for a smooth transition to HBCD-free materials, LANXESS is happy to provide our know-how on Emerald Innovation™ 3000 (EI 3000), which is a highly efficient, sustainable flame retardant solution for extruded (XPS) and expanded (EPS) polystyrene insulating materials used in the construction industry.

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LANXESS 2019 Annual Report Press Conference

LANXESS China will hold 2019 Annual Report Press Conference at 10:00 today. Click here to enter. LANXESS sincerely invites you to watch the event online!

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LANXESS offers continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composites with recycled polycarbonate

LANXESS sees pioneering recycling concepts as the key to boosting its competitiveness with sustainable materials from closed material cycles. The most recent example of this approach is a new product range that the LANXESS subsidiary Bond-Laminates is currently developing for its Tepex-branded continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composites.

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LANXESS Donates Disinfectants to Hubei to Fight Coronavirus

 LANXESS donates 1 ton of Rely+On Virkon high level disinfectant, which can be diluted into 100,000 liters of solution

Shanghai – February 17, 2020 – The outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has made epidemic disease control a task of top priority in China. To help fight the epidemic, German specialty chemicals company LANXESS announced the donation of 1 ton of its highly effective Rely+On Virkon disinfectant to hospitals in Wuhan and two surrounding cities.

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HBCD Replacement
2019 Annual Report
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