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  38 Research and Development
      • Completed the evaluation of commercial gasoline and diesel quality and performance; testing of heavy- duty diesel engine; gasoline and diesel fuel additive performance tests for cleaning; and the promotion of                  environment.
• Completed groundwater soil remediation and detecting services in refinery-related polluted sites; the                assessment; and for environmental impact assessments, the planning for special waste-liquid pretreatment and waste-water recycling. to meet environmental regulations and requirements.
• The continuous monitoring of the effect of stray electric currents from the Taipei MRT system on pipelines, and           
•                long-life amorphous soft carbon material with great potential to be used in lithium-ion battery anodes.
• Installation and implementation of Smart Green gas stations: CPC installed a 50kWh Lithium (LFPO) battery                    CPC-own soft carbon materials but also has potential application in emergency rescue in distress areas; conducted ongoing solar power generation and the verification of the Smart EMS (Energy Management System) in “Chiayi Xinyi Smart & Green Demo e-Station.”
• Optimized the gasoline/diesel and petrochemical raw material production processes and offered advisory             
• Transfer of the newly-formulated CPC Marilube, Guoguang brand low-alkali marine motor oil, environmentally-        
• Development of products including fully synthetic 10W/30 specialty oil SP for CMC, CPC Superpower C3/SN, fully synthetic 5W/30 motor oil for SUVs, CPC Racing C3/SN, fully synthetic 5W/30 motor oil, and CPC cutting oil SSC10.
• Improved the dielectric properties of traditional substrate resin materials to meet high frequency amd speeds of 5G communication requirements, and successfully entered ton-scale pilot production. Copper-clad laminate             
• Development of bio-based and bio-degradable plastics in compliance with the national plastic restriction policy: bio-based plastics use biomaterials as feedstocks, while bio-degradable plastics could undergo further microbial decomposition to carbon dioxide and water. For bio-degradable plastics, we focused on polylactic acid (PLA) in the short term and the more-environmentally friendly polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) in the longer term, to reduce the pollution caused by synthetic plastics. Regarding feedstock selection, CPC actively seeks non-food types such as lignocellulose, methanol, and natural gas, to balance economic development and environmental protection.

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