What happens to the world’s petrochemicals?

What happens to the world’s petrochemicals?

Sadara Petrochemical Project has been awarded $10 million by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop the Sadara Bio-Processors Advanced Bio-Technology Plant.

This plant will be capable of converting natural waste into biofuels at an advanced level.

Sadara was founded in 2015 with the goal of using the bio-tech to help reduce carbon emissions.

According to the U,Sadara will produce up to 4.5 million pounds of CO2-free petrofuels per year and use the proceeds to offset the costs of carbon emissions, according to the company.

Sadara has already begun the process of turning waste into petro-fuels by combining petrochemist waste with an organic waste to create a natural chemical reaction.

This process uses waste from a number of sources, including waste from petrocides, animal feed, food processing, and other sources.

The company has previously been awarded the first of five contracts by the EPA for the development of a bio-fuel processing facility at the Sadarajan refinery.

The Sadara plant will generate 100,000 gallons of oil per day from waste generated by the Sadarsa Bio-Tech process.

According the company, it is currently the only plant in the world that can produce 100,00 gallons of petro chemicals per day.

The plant is expected to begin producing oil in 2019.

Sadarajnan refinery, a plant owned by Sadara, will produce about 2 million pounds per day of petrogel and is expected have production capacity of 100,0000 gallons per year.

Sadaran refinery, which is owned by the state of Odisha, is expected generate around 50,000 pounds of petrol a day and is currently expected to have production of more than 50,00 tons of petroleum per year, according the company’s website.

The project is expected create up to 25,000 jobs, according Sadara’s website