This page provides information on he Italian chemical industry and its integrated parks.
The integrated chemical sites in Italy as presented on this website cover a total area of approximately 0 hectare.
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The new facility is an excellent example of the reindustrialization of an Italian production plant
Aquafil to provide R&D collaboration and development funding; gains option for commercial plant to create sustainable caprolactam, a key ingredient to producing 100 percent sustainable nylon
Solvay inaugurates the new energy-efficient gas turbine at its soda ash plant in Rosignano, Italy, securing current production capacity and long-term competitiveness on local and export markets.