Strong Interest in Renewable Materials: Record Conference Attendance and Three Winners of the “Renewable Material of the Year 2023” Innovation Award

465 participants from 32 countries attended the Renewable Materials Conference in Siegburg (near Cologne, Germany). The winners of the Innovation Award are bio-based and biodegradable elastic materials from KUORI (CH), carbon-light yeast oil COLIPI (DE) and the plastic-free natural polymer traceless® (DE). Meanwhile, not investing in renewable materials is becoming a relevant risk. Is your strategy to move away from fossil carbon ready?

Großes Interesse an erneuerbaren Materialien: Rekordbeteiligung an der Konferenz und drei Gewinner des Innovationspreises “Renewable Material of the Year 2023”

465 Teilnehmer aus 32 Ländern besuchten die Konferenz für erneuerbare Materialien in Siegburg (bei Köln). Die Gewinner des Innovationspreises sind bio-basierte und biologisch abbaubare elastische Materialien von KUORI (CH), das CO2-arme Hefeöl COLIPI (DE) und das plastikfreie Naturpolymer traceless® (DE). Nicht in erneuerbare Materialien zu investieren wird zu einem relevanten Risiko. Haben Sie schon eine Strategie für die Abkehr vom fossilen Kohlenstoff?

The Chemical and Plastics Industry Will Need to Replace 1 Gt of Fossil Carbon per Year with Renewable Carbon from Biomass, CO2 and Recycling to Net-Zero

The upcoming Renewable Materials Conference, 23-25 May in Siegburg/Cologne (Germany) promises to be a one-of-a-kind event that provides a platform for showcasing the impressive achievements in the field of renewable materials. The conference will bring together experts, stakeholders, and industry leaders to discuss latest developments and share their visions and strategies for the future

Bacteria-Based Cellulose Fibre NullarborTM (“No Trees“) Wins “Cellulose Fibre Innovation of the Year 2023” Award Against Strong Competition

The collaboration between Nanollose (AU) and Birla Cellulose (IN) with tree-free lyocell from bacterial cellulose called Nullarbor™ is the winning cellulose fibre innovation 2023, followed by Renewcell (SE) cellulose fibres made from 100 % textile waste, while Vybrana – the new generation banana fibre from Gencrest Bio Products (IN) won third place