- Monday, 20 May 2019
Press Release: Bio-TCat technology viability confirmed during extensive Anellotech pilot plant campaign
- Monday, 06 May 2019
The viability of Anellotech’s Bio-TCatTM technology has now been proven by achieving commercially-targeted yields in its TCat-8® pilot unit in Silsbee, Texas during six months of continuous process operations.
- Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Since 2015, Sustainability Consult has been the dissemination partner for the EU-funded project RESYNTEX. The project was launched to find solutions for post-consumer unwearable textiles.
After four years of research, the RESYNTEX Final Conference will be held in Brussels on 24 April. Join us to hear industry experts exchange knowledge and opinions on textile waste and renewable chemicals.
Press Release: 100% Renewable Plastic Bottle Significantly Closer to Reality After Successful Production of Bio-based Paraxylene from Non-food Biomass, Bio-based Benzene Is Next
- Tuesday, 26 February 2019
Sustainable technology company Anellotech and its joint development partners IFPEN and Axens have processed renewably-sourced aromatics made at Anellotech’s TCat-8® pilot plant to successfully recover high-purity bio-based paraxylene – a key component for making 100% bio-based PET bottles a reality.
- Friday, 22 February 2019
Following the successful production of bio-succinic acid under the trademark Biosuccinium® since 2012, Reverdia’s parent companies — Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, and Roquette, a global leader in plant-based ingredients for Food, Nutrition and Health markets, — have decided on a strategic shift in the continuing operations of their joint venture.
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