By the world's leading specialty chemicals company Rhodia, the French National Academy of Sciences, East China Normal University and Ecole Normale Supérieure of Lyon co-founded the technology and energy-efficient products in the international scientific research laboratory (E2P2L), headquartered in Shanghai Rhodia R & D Center set up.
Located in the Shanghai headquarters of Rhodia joint laboratory research and development center E2P2L, the first successful combination of different countries and different partners in the field of effective resources,
Copper Chromite(CC) cooperation in the form of its first of its kind in China. E2P2L consists of the Scientific Advisory Board, catalysis and sustainable chemistry by the distinguished scientists. E2P2L set up to for the future of chemical science and technology to develop innovative products and energy efficient production process, reduce dependence on oil and the current impact on the environment, especially greenhouse gas emissions.
Solvay Group members belong to Rhodia, is a commitment to sustainable development Fine Chemicals Group. Rhodia's total of 11 global business units, with the automotive, electronics,
fine chemicals suppliers personal and home care markets in the major enterprises to establish a partnership. Rhodia currently has approximately 14,000 employees and 2010 sales of 52.3 billion euros. Rhodia Engineering Plastics, surface active agent products in the Chinese market dominant position, its Shanghai R & D center covers an area of
​​about 6,000 square meters laboratory with 120 researchers in the field of environmental studies to reach the world advanced level. Rhodia Chairman and CEO Jean-Pierre Clamadieu said: In the context of global sustainable development strategy, Lead Citrate development of new renewable energy sources has become a priority chemical industry. E2P2L the creation of great international influence, will strengthen bilateral cooperation in the field of chemical and environmental cooperation, and actively promote the industry and the simultaneous development of the scientific community, as in China and contribute to global sustainable development. Source: