high quality partnership for bio-based plasticizers production
Partnership for Bio-based Plasticizers Production
“Our focus is to selectively move our renewable n-butanol and acetone into high value markets, and Jungbunzlauer is a superb technological and market-facing partner for Green Biologics, particularly in citric based plasticizers, but in other bio-based esters as well,” added Staub.
Plasticizers: POLYSORB® ID, plant-based solutions
Phthalate-free and 100% bio-based solutions offering the performance of standard general-purpose primary plasticizers. POLYSORB® - the high purity isosorbide POLYSORB® can be used to make diesters obtained from esterification of isosorbide with plant-based fatty acids.
LigniOx | Bio-Based Industries - Public-Private Partnership
Lignin is a key by-product of lignocellulosic biorefineries, and a valuable renewable resource for Europe’s bio-based industries. Annually, approximately 60 million tons of lignin is extracted from wood as a by-product of the pulping industry. Even more is expected to originate from second generation bioethanol production in the future.
Bioplastech | Bio-based products & industrial biotechnology
Bioplastech What we do. At Bioplastech Ltd. we specialise in the development, scale-up and sale of innovative bio-based products including biodegradable polymers.. Bioplastech also provides industrial biotechnological consulting services supporting customers in the development, improvement and scale-up of their biological processes.
Petro‐based and bio‐based plasticizers: Chemical structures
Owing to migration problems, impact on the human health and the environment, alternative candidates have been developed by researchers. Renewable resources and their wastes offer a large platform for the design of bio‐based plasticizers using polysaccharidic or lipidic structures.
BASF and Red Avenue Partner on Bioplastic in China
Production at the new plant will start in 2022 and supply the market of biopolymers. The global market for certified compostable and bio-based plastics is expected to grow by around 15 percent per year.
Ravago, Neste form chemical recycling partnership - Plastics News
Chemical recycling will enable the companies to upgrade even colored and mixed plastic packaging waste into high-quality raw material for production of new plastics, chemicals and fuels, officials
Dow teams up with UPM to produce bio-based plastics.
US chemical specialist Dow has teamed up with biofuels producer UPM Biofuels to produce a bio-based plastic. Dow is integrating wood-based UPM BioVerno renewable naphtha – a key raw material used to develop plastics – into its slate of raw materials, creating an alternative source for plastics production.
Naturally good? Searching for new bio-based raw materials
Growing production capacity for bio-based products. There are two phrases that consumers come across time and again when it comes to bioplastic: biobased and biodegradable. Biobased plastic is made from renewable raw materials but is not necessarily biodegradable. It can even be just as long-lasting as conventional plastic.
Renewable raw materials for plastics production - bioplastics
This type of a high-performance plastic is used, for example, in car headlamps, LED lights, electronic and medical devices and automotive glazing. Over the short term, the collaboration aims to replace several thousand tons of fossil raw materials in the production of polycarbonates with raw materials produced with Neste’s renewable hydrocarbons.
Neste and Ikea of Sweden announce partnership to deliver
Neste Corporation Press Release 6 September 2016 at 10 am. (EET) Neste and Ikea of Sweden announce partnership to deliver renewable, bio-based plastics Neste and IKEA have joined forces to take leadership in renewable, bio-based materials, and invite other companies to join the initiative. The partnership includes the production of plastics and other materials utilizing Neste's renewable...
Media Partners - 13th International Conference on Bio-based
Bio Based Press. Biobased Press is an independent, non-sponsored website that takes a helicopter view of the biobased economy: it discusses business and research, and links the biobased economy to neighbouring areas like sustainability, biotechnology, energy, agriculture, policy and the economy.