A family-owned whisky distillery in the central belt of Scotland, Falkirk Distillery, has joined forces with innovative biotechnology company, MiAlgae, to drive forward a greener and more efficient whisky industry.
AIMPLAS, the Plastics Technology Centre, inaugurated the eighth edition of its International Seminar on Biopolymers and Sustainable Composites yesterday, where nearly 20 speakers discussed the challenges and opportunities facing the bioplastics industry, and presented their innovations and success stories.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have made significant progress in producing “green” ammonia and, in turn, making “greener” fertilizers.
Balena, the material science company aiming at transforming the fashion industry, today announced the debut of its eco-chic BioCir Slides, made of its proprietary, 100% biodegradable plastic – developed to help the fashion industry put an end to unsustainable amounts of plastic waste and kickstart biodegradable plastic use in shoes and other clothing.
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a carbonization method for converting waste paper into pure carbon, which could be used in lithium-ion batteries.
Researchers at Johannes Kepler University, Austria, have been focusing on the development of sustainable materials to replace nondegradable materials in electronics.
Valmet will rebuild Koehler Paper’s power boilers at its Oberkirch and Kehl paper mill sites in Germany to increase the production of sustainable energy from renewable sources.
Vertus Energy, the company accelerating the energy transition by transforming the way the world turns organic waste into renewable natural gas, is partnering with Biogest. Together, the companies are working to demonstrate the BRIO solution at a commercial scale in Europe.
Flinders University materials researchers and pioneering German biomaterials developer one • five are using seaweed extracts to develop next-generation biopolymer coating materials that could solve packaging waste dilemmas for the fast-food industry.
Researchers from ETH Zurich have developed a new method for tracking and measuring how polymer biodegrades, if at all, in soil.