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Who can get involved?

IFC and its partners are inviting a range of industry participants to take part in the initiative and become stakeholders:

  • Producers of nitrogen based fertilizers and chemicals in the ECA region to participate in the benchmarking – for more information, please click here
  • Other industry participants to input into and validate the benchmarking methodology and recommendations for REF best practice and technologies, including:
    • Industry associations
    • Academic / technical institutions
    • Engineers
    • Financial / governmental institutions with an interest in the ECA nitrogen industry
    • Technology suppliers
    • Producers of nitrogen based fertilizers and chemicals from other regions
    • Other industry experts

For more details, please click here

IFC Nitrogen Chemicals Resource Efficiency Benchmarking Initiative

Background to the initiative

Details of the initiative


Key players: IFC and Integer Research and Environ

Company participation in the initiative and its benefits

Participation of other stakeholders in the initiative and its benefits

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