biobased


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biobased

(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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Packaging solutions company Litco International Inc reported on Tuesday the receipt of biobased certification for its Inca brand moulded wood pallets and moulded wood core plugs from the USDA's BioPreferred programme.
As such, it is third party certified to contain 100 per cent USDA certified biobased content.
Todays funding will use agricultural and wood materials to help develop a biobased fire retardant to use in new applications and help make vehicles and structures safer.
According to the companies, the acquisition merges Arkansas-based BioBased Technologies' processing model with Cargill's global manufacturing capabilities and leverages the sustainable chemistry expertise of the two organizations.
Cargill's Industrial Specialties business and BioBased Technologies develop of soybean-based polyols that replace petroleum-based polyols enabling manufacturers to create more sustainable products for their consumers.
Origin Materials has produced samples of 80% biobased PET in its pilot plant in Sacramento, and construction of a "pioneer plant" is underway this year.
The AquataFlex 505 and 506 are designed to provide the maximum versatility for performance and application; both are USDA biobased certified hybrid novolac epoxy urethane coatings, 100 percent solids, with zero V.
Japan) jointly received the prize for the development of the front panel of Sharp's new smartphone made from Mitsubishi's biobased engineering plastic, 'Durabio'.
The report presents a comprehensive overview of the global biobased biodegradable plastics market by presenting revenue figures according to the many product types in the market, the many applications of biobased biodegradable plastics, and the regional distribution of the global market.
A number of Acme-Hardesty distributed products now carry the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Biobased Product Label, in support of the USDA BioPreferred program.
Barnhardt Manufacturing Company has earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label for its High Q EcoBlend cotton.
The growing demand for food raw materials and energy: opportunities for agriculture and a challenge to food security' Based on the assumption of the need for food security the aim will be to highlight the opportunities prospects and challenges that biobased agriculture offers and to present ideas for sustainable resourcesaving and climatefriendly farming in the future.