Consortium to investigate straw residues for bioplastic manufacture
by Thomas Dimech on resource.co
The ADMIT BioSuccInnovate Consortium, a group consisting of Imperial University, Aberystwyth University, French biorefining company CIMV and Netherlands-based Reverdia which will contribute its Biosuccinium sustainable biosuccinic acid technology to the project), is to investigate the use of agricultural waste such as wheat and maize straw, and low-maintenance energy crops including elephant grass and willow as raw materials in the production of biosuccinic acid – a chemical building clock used to produce bioplastics.
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