Tag: PBS

The Sexy 7: The bio markets and apps in PET, PX, PEF, PLA, PHA, PBS, and PE

The Sexy 7: The bio markets and apps in PET, PX, PEF, PLA, PHA, PBS, and PE

June 6, 2017 |

200,200 downloads for the DOE’s classic report on value-added chemicals — but some hot molecules are missing! “Top Value Added Chemicals from Biomass” a 2004 survey, completed by staff led by Gene Petersen and Todd Werpy, at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and NREL, is the Dark Side of the Moon of biobased, a perennial classic […]

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Seeking success in succinic, succinctly, sustainably

Seeking success in succinic, succinctly, sustainably

July 28, 2015 |

Is there anyone left on Planet Earth not making biobased succinic acid, or running for the US Republican presidential nomination? In succinic, though, there might be several winners. Reverdia CEO Marcel Lubben helps us to understand the broad applications and markets in an exclusive interview with The Digest. Ah, grashopper, you might have thought that “Seeking success […]

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