Bio-Based event looks at a range of sustainable products

Renstrom, Roger
November 2017
Plastics News;11/13/2017, Vol. 28 Issue 34, p0015
Trade Publication
The article discusses the highlights of the Bio-Based Live Conference for the Americas which explored petroleum-alternative sustainable resin materials like cellulose, corncob fibers and rice and peanut hulls. Topics covered include the sustainability benefits of the Treva-brand cellulose-based engineering bioplastic from Eastman Chemical Co., bio-based toys from Green Dot Bioplastics LLC, and compostable water bottles from Totally Green Bottles and Caps LLC.


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