Check out the article from GreenBiz.
The Weather Channel featuring the project. Click here to read.
Article published in Evening standard, click here to read.
Check out the article published in UNILAD. Click here.
Read the daily mail article here.
Carlsberg and Coca-Cola back pioneering project to make ‘all-plant’ drinks bottles. Read the article in the Guardian. Click here.
Article in Bio-based news. Read here.
Avantium press release. Click here to read.
On September 20th 2017, the official kick-off was held for the PEFerence project in Geleen, the Netherlands. The consortium consists of 11 companies from 8 countries including Synvina, Avantium, BASF, Tereos (France), Alpla Werke Alwin Lehner (Austria), OMV Machinery (Italy), Croda Nederland (The Netherlands), Nestec (Switzerland), Lego System (Denmark), nova-Institut für politische und ökologische Innovation (Germany), and Spinverse Innovation Management (Finland). Read more here.
The European Joint Undertaking on Bio-Based Industries (BBI), consisting of representatives from the European Union and the bio-based industry, granted 25 million Euro to “PEFerence”, a consortium of eleven companies. The grant supports the establishment of an innovative value chain for bio-based raw materials as well as chemicals and materials based on polyethylenefuranoate PEF. It includes the intended construction of a 50,000 tons FDCA reference plant, the main chemical building block for the production of PEF. Synvina will be coordinating the “PEFerence” project. Read more here.