Borouge's inspiring Polymers on the Move scheme for schools has interested over 200 8th-grade students from ADNOC Schools and Emirates National Schools in Abu Dhabi to become more involved in science subjects. more

7 Aug 2017 11:15 News

Borouge, together with the Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company Takreer and an army of willing volunteers, have been tackling waste in the environment. more

6 Mar 2017 11:52 News

Borouge, FERTIL and ChemaWEyaat joined forces to organise the Waste Free Environment clean-up event in the UAE with the help of an army of youngsters. more

12 Feb 2016 13:52 News

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Emirates Foundation visit Borouge Innovation Centre

Borealis and Borouge hosted a number of UAE students and representatives from the Emirates Foundation on a joint tour at the recently inaugurated Borouge Innovation Centre. more

29 Jan 2016 09:56 News

A landmark deal with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and EAL is set to boost Oman's engineering sector, by equipping young Omanis with the skills to take control of the Sultanate's industry. more

18 Jan 2016 09:26 News

Managing Director of VDMA India Rajesh Nath shared with MEP the role plastics processing plays in a new chapter for India as the Bharatiya Janata government lays the foundations for manufacturing growth. more

24 Nov 2015 09:51 News

Dubai is leading the way as a green pioneer, as the emirate's decision-makers have invested in 15 new recycling stations and a campaign to foster an eco-friendly culture among local youth. more

2 Oct 2015 15:13 News

Over 20 student Youth Ambassadors from leading universities in the UAE have visited Borouge Sales & Marketing office and Compounding Manufacturing Plant (CMP) in Shanghai, China. more

24 Aug 2015 10:18 News


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