BASF offers first biomass-balanced products for its ammonia and urea portfolio
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BASF offers first biomass-balanced products for its ammonia and urea portfolio

BMB ammonia derivatives portfolio with significantly lower product carbon footprint versus conventional ammonia derivatives

  • By ICN Bureau | May 16, 2024

With its first biomass-balanced (BMB) ammonia and urea products, BASF now offers BMB options within its ammonia value chain. The wide range of products includes ammonia anhydrous BMBcert, ammonia solution 24.5% BMBcert, urea prills BMBcert, urea solution 40% BMBcert, and urea solution 45% BMBcert.

“BASF was the first company to develop both an industrial ammonia as well as an industrial urea process. Today, we are the first company that offers such biomass balanced options as part of the regular ammonia and urea portfolio. With this portfolio we meet the rising request in industry and help our customers reach their sustainability targets”, said Dr. Jens Aßmann, Vice President Business Management Ammonia Value Chain and Operations Amino Resins at BASF.

The BMB ammonia derivative portfolio is a further step on the sustainability roadmap of BASF’s Monomers division which was announced last year. This envisages developing at least one circular or lower PCF option for every major product line by 2025. The division’s sustainable offerings are an essential part of BASF’s path to climate neutrality and net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050.

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