Petrochemicals

Further details regarding our sustainable solutions

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  • According to the mass balance approach details. Learn more here.
  • Considering “cradle-to-gate” approach – see more details here.
  • Learn how BASF calculates products carbon footprint - click here.
  • Considering “biogenic uptake” where plants remove CO2 from the atmosphere through photosynthesis. The raw materials used in BASF’s biomass balance approach are plant-based and the biogenic uptake is accounted for in the calculation of the cradle-to-gate product carbon footprint.
  • Compared to the BASF “classic” version which may vary according to the production site and selected feedstocks (e.g., Bionaptha or Biomethane).
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  • According to the method ASTM D6866-18 where “biogenic” carbon is analyzed.
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  • According to the mass balance approach details. Find more details here.
  • Learn how plastic waste and end-of life tires end up in your product - click here.
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  • Green power is the power generated by renewable sources (e.g., Wind parks, Solar farms), purchased by BASF in compliance with GHG Protocol and allocated to targeted products via mass balance approach.
  • Learn more about BASF green power initiatives - click here.