Marine Biopolymers looking to build pilot plant for sodium alginate production

November 22, 2012 |

In Scotland, Marine Biopolymers reports that test results for their wet seaweed to dried sodium alginate were positive, with their technology showing cost advantages and faster processing time. The sodium alginate could used in foods, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and textiles. Marine is currently working to get funding for a pilot plant to be built in Ayrshire, which would than produce test samples.  If the pilot plant is successful, Marine plans on constructing a production plant in Uist.

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