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Genecis’s biological processes convert food waste destined for landfill into valuable materials.
The company is on a mission to drive our world towards a circular economy, where major brands utilize eco-friendly PHA plastics in packaging, food services, agriculture, textiles, and many other areas to reduce the 18 billion pounds of plastic polluting our oceans every year.
Genecis's PHBV Plastic has equivalent properties to traditional oil-based plastics, without the environmental costs. When the product reaches the end of its useful life, it can be composted within one month. If it does find its way into the ocean, it degrades within one year.
Leverage Genecis's technology and team to benefit the planet and your bottom line.
Genecis: Converting Food Waste into Biodegradable Plastics
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Professor Lucelia Rodrigues
AZoCleantech speaks to Professor Lucelia Rodrigues from the University of Nottingham about the EV-elocity project which enables the use of energy in electric vehicle batteries to power homes. The project could help decarbonize the energy grid and reduce emissions from transport and electricity produ
AZoCleantech speaks to John Hartley, CEO at Levidian, about the importance of green graphene and hydrogen for accelerating climate-smart technology within our society. Hartley speaks about Levidian's rapid decarbonization device called LOOP and its massive potential in the sector.
Professor Matthew Jones
AZoCleantech speaks to Professor Matthew Jones from the University of Bath about his team's innovative and plastic waste recycling that will make upcycling a more cost-effective technique. Jones describes his team's process and its importance in accelerating a circular economy worldwide.