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MATERIALS | BIOPLASTICS


Peter Vanacker, president and CEO of Neste, said: “It is very satisfying to see our renewable hydrocarbons performing perfectly in a commercial scale production of bio-based polymers, providing a drop-in replacement option to fossil materials”


Above: Bio-on’s Astorri: “The PHA revolution is already a reality”


Based on milk BASF has signed a contract to become the exclusive distributor of water-soluble, bio-based polymer from Lactips, which is made from milk proteins. The material can be used to replace polyvinyl alcohol films in home care and industrial and institutional (I&I) applications, such as dishwasher tablets. “This solution for films for dishwasher tabs supplements our existing portfolio of sustainable offerings,” said Robert Parker, director of new business development for care chemicals at BASF. “It allows us to provide our customers with a broad portfolio of bio-degradable products for the home care industry.”


While Lactips will focus on developing the film


material technology – which uses casein obtained from milk production – BASF will bring use its


expertise in network and supply chain to market the product. “Lactips is proud to have its technology


marketed by a leading global partner with a strong network,” said Marie-Hélène Gramatikoff, CEO of Lactips. “We will benefit from BASF’s experience and latest developments in the home care industry.”


PHA in Mexico Bio-on of Italy has begun producing poly hydroxy alkanoate (PHA) bioplastic in Mexico, in a collaboration with textile specialist Innova Imagen. The agreement sees Bio-on grant exclusive access to Innova Imagen to use the material for 18 months. The new plant will use sustainable raw materials – such as waste from agave processing – to create the PHA. “This agreement is worth €0.5m to us,” said


Bio-on. “It is the first of its kind in the Central-North American region and confirms the success of the business model based on the licensing one of the most innovative technologies in biopolymers.” Tasks related to engineering and the business plan will be implemented by both teams, while engineering and ‘Recovery and Fermentation’


Let‘s get the act together and meet the challenges of the future – Process engineering for efficient plastics extrusion of tomorrow.


Our innovative solutions: • allow the use of recycled material, • produce in an energy-efficient manner • and guarantee your lasting investment.


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