Pascale Atallah is the Product Sustainability Advisor at Chevron Phillips Chemical. In this position, Pascale enjoys employing her diverse skillset to contribute to important sustainability initiatives, as well as utilizing science to cultivate lasting and positive impacts within her career and beyond. Pascale joined Chevron Phillips Chemical in 2014 and started her career in research and development as a Polymer Scientist with a heavy focus on Polyethylene applications.
Pascale holds a Masters in Chemical Engineering from the Ecole Nationale de Physique Chimie de Bordeaux and a PhD in Polymer Science from the University of Florida.
Using its model for creating New End Market Opportunities (NEMO), the Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) continues to advance a research effort to explore using post-consumer recycled PE films as polymer additives in asphalt binder. In conjunction with the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT), the team has developed a formulation using the recycled PE that is comparable in most performance areas to that of traditional, virgin polymers used in asphalt today. Learn more about this exciting new project