December 13, 2018 –  SMI Indonesia and Dorf Ketal Chemicals jointly published a case study in the December 2018 issue of Hydrocarbon Engineering. The case study presents laboratory and the Southeast Asian styrene producer’s operational data in replacing DNBP, a costly and environmentally harmful chemical in styrene production. The ACtify® trial demonstrated that it is possible to make sustainability profitable and has created a pathway for the total elimination of DNBP from the environment. The patented ACtify® family of Inhibitors and Retarders are a true, novel innovation and a demonstration of what ingenuity and a devotion to solving customer problems can produce.

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