Millions of tonnes of renewable and under-utilised cellulose provide opportunities for smart companies to develop novel bio-processes and products with improved environmental and health outcomes across global markets.
The sustainability of cellulose, the world’s most abundant polymer, inspires Circa’s strategy to become a leader in the conversion of non-food cellulose into advanced, high performance chemicals.
Established in 2006, Circa’s proprietary Furacell™ technology utilises cellulosic waste to manufacture Levoglucosenone, a valuable platform molecule. And leveraging Levoglucosenone’s functionality is an emerging portfolio of sustainable products such as bio-solvents, flavours and bio-polymers, for pharmaceutical, agrichemical, new materials and clean technology companies.
New Flagship EU Project Focused on Replacing Toxic Solvents with Renewable Alternatives
Circa Group's Renewable Solvent Wins Environmental Leader’s Top Product 2019 Award
The Vocus CI-TOF from TOFWERK provides real-time chemical ionization measurements.
The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
Lightweight, recycled thermoset-plastic fillers produced and supplied by Composition Materials are made from 100% recycled materials.
Dr. Melis Duyar
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Melis Duyar from the University of Surrey about their contribution to clean technology research. Duyar has worked with her team to develop materials and processes to capture carbon dioxide, perform a chemical transformation of the captured carbon dioxide with hydrogen, and
AZoCleantech speaks with Julian Hunt from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis about his research into a new hydropower technology.
Dr. Claire Rossouw
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Claire Rossouw, Technical Support Manager at OMEX Environmental.