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Teijin receives ISCC certification for its biomass-derived BPA PC resins

Source:Adsale Plastics Network 2023-05-23

Teijin Limited has received an ISCC PLUS sustainable-product certification from the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) system for its biomass-derived bisphenol A (BPA) polycarbonate (PC) resin products produced in Japan.


Teijin stated that it is the first Japanese company to obtain ISCC PLUS certification for the PC resin products. The newly certified biomass PC resin products offer the same physical characteristics as resins made of conventional petroleum-derived BPA, allowing them to be used in commercial applications such as automotive headlamps and electronic components.


Beginning on January 30, Teijin, at its Matsuyama and Mihara production sites in Japan, has started producing and marketing biomass PC resin products containing BPA made from biomass naphtha that was tracked with the mass-balance approach as well as the conventional PC resin products using petroleum-derived raw materials.


Under the mass-balance approach method, materials are verifiably tracked through complex value chains, as in the case of biomass-derived raw materials being mixed with petroleum-derived raw materials to create products.


Panlite (left) and Multilon (right).

With the start of the environmentally friendly PC resin products, Teijin has launched a new product lineup called Circular Materials (CM) and the new biomass-derived PC resin products are now promoted under the names Panlite CM and Multilon CM.


Going forward, the company will continue to expand its lineup of environmentally friendly resin products and solutions that help to reduce GHG emissions and other impacts throughout product lifecycles.


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