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Paperlogic and the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry Collaborate to Invent and Commercialize Green Chemistry Opportunities for Cellulose Nanofibers

TURNERS FALLS, Mass. and WILMINGTON, Mass., March 7, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC (WBI) and Paperlogic, A Southworth Company (Paperlogic), announce their collaboration to create and develop prototypes for a wide array of novel technologies derived from cellulose nanofibers (CNF). “Based on WBI’s demonstrated ability to rapidly push innovation […]

John C. Warner helped with the “New Plastics Economy” Report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Applying circular economy principles to global plastic packaging flows could transform the plastics economy and drastically reduce negative externalities such as leakage into oceans, according to the latest report by the World Economic Forum and Ellen MacArthur Foundation, with analytical support from McKinsey & Company. The New Plastics Economy: Rethinking the future of plastics provides […]

John C. Warner has spoken at congressional briefings (house and senate) on TSCA reform

  Green Chemists Call For Better Science Training at US Universities Fri, 01/22/2016 – 9:14am 1 Comment by Andy Szal, Digital Reporter, @SzalABM Proponents of a more environmentally friendly chemical industry last week argued that the U.S. needs to improve its training of chemists. Chemistry World reports that pioneers in “green” chemistry told a Capitol […]

Kalion and the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry Join Forces to Create High-Value Technologies Derived from Low-Cost Glucaric Acid

  MILTON, Mass. and WILMINGTON, Mass., March 4, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC (WBI) and Kalion, Inc. (Kalion) announce their collaboration to create and develop prototypes for a wide array of novel technologies derived from glucaric acid. “We are delighted to join forces with WBI given their remarkable track record […]

The real key to remaking manufacturing: chemistry

GreenBiz.com Lauren Hepler Tuesday, February 9, 2016 – 2:00am The circular economy is often portrayed as recycling on steroids. In a vision of production where natural resource inputs drastically are reduced by constantly cycling materials back through supply chains, niche upcycling or re-manufacturing efforts tend to win out over models with potential to cost-effectively scale. […]

Chemists hope to make paving green

By Hiawatha Bray GLOBE STAFF  JULY 05, 2015 There’s nothing green about asphalt, unless you can make less of the stuff by more efficiently reusing the pavement we’ve already got. The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry in Wilmington says it’s found a way. The institute’s new plant-based compound, Delta-S, rejuvenates worn-out asphalt so it […]

WBI’s Delta S™ Scientifically Engineered Dual-Action Reclaimed Asphalt Rejuvenator and WMA Now Commercially Available

WILMINGTON, June 4, 2015 — The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC (WBI) and Collaborative Aggregates, LLC announce the commercial availability of Delta S™, an easy-to-use liquid additive that reverses aging and oxidation in reclaimed asphalt for exceptional performance and longevity. Delta S also performs as a warm mix asphalt (WMA) additive, significantly reducing […]

WBI’s client, DouxMatok, Won the 3rd AgriVest Competition

PETACH TIKVA, Israel, May 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — DouxMatok, developer of sugars with enhanced sweetness and no aftertaste, allowing for a considerable reduction in consumption of sugars, was chosen as the outstanding company at the third International AgriVest Conference held last week. Over 300 participants in the largest AgriVest conference to date were invited to […]

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