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Leaf Clean Energy Invests in Micronized Rubber Powders

10:37 AM MDT | July 20, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Leaf Clean Energy Corp. (Washington) announced that it is making a $5 million investment with Lehigh Technologies (Tucker, GA) in its micronized rubber powders. The powders are used in tires, consumer goods, building materials and other consumer and industrial applications. "Lehigh has the leading technology for addressing the resource challenge of end-of-life tires, which amount to billions of pounds every year," says Matthew Fedors, vice president/Leaf Clean Energy.  "Customers are increasingly choosing Lehigh's products in response to...

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