biobased


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bi·o·based

 (bī′ō-băst′)
adj.
Relating to or made from renewable, carbon-based biological resources, especially agricultural or forest materials: biobased products such as lubricants, cleaners, and solvents.
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Summary: Biobased biodegradable plastics are expected to increase its importance in global plastics market, as the share of biobased biodegrdable plastics in total plastic consumption is expected to improve in the coming years.
Biosynthetic Technologies, a company that supplies biobased oils that are synthesised specifically for high performance lubricant applications in the automotive and industrial sectors, has named Mark Miller as its new chief executive officer, effective immediately.
Cortec said its MCI-2005 and MCI-2005 NS are amine-carboxylate, biobased corrosion inhibiting admixtures for new construction or repair.
* Acme-Hardesty, a division of Jacob Stern and Sons, Inc., has signed a letter of intent to enter into a distribution agreement with Cosun Biobased Products, a manufacturer of renewable, vegetable-based ingredients in the personal care industry.
The brand's 80M polybags a year have been replaced with "bioplastics", a biobased and compostable plastic alternative to conventional plastics.
What appears to be the world's first biobased plastic car was designed and built in the Netherlands by students at the Technical University (TU) of Eindhoven.
Despite the progress made in renewable polymers, such as PLA, in the last decades, most of the proposed biobased materials are far from commercial application and from replacing petroleum-based products.
believe I mentioned in my last column that the dollar volume of biobased
Cortec, a world leader in innovative corrosion protection technology, revealed that its EcoClean Biodegradable Scale and Rust Remover is now a USDA Certified biobased product.
Verdezyne Inc., a synthetic biology company producing biobased chemicals, has announced a ground-breaking ceremony for its VerdePalm plant, the company's first commercial-scale renewable chemicals manufacturing facility, at the Bio-XCell premier biotechnology and ecosystem park in Nusajaya, Iskandar, in southern Malaysia.