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Canada's Solegear enters into agreement with government to develop bioplastic technologies using industrial waste

1:39 PM MDT | July 29, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Solegear Bioplastics (Vancouver, BC), a developer of bioplastic technologies, has entered into a significant contribution agreement with the Industrial Research Assistance Program of Canada's National Research Council (NRC-IRAP; London, ON), Solegear has announced. In collaboration with NRC-IRAP, Solegear will seek to develop bioplastic technologies that leverage industrial waste sources to address durability requirements and mitigate toxic flame-retardants in current engineered polymers. This project will build on previous NRC-IRAP collaborations that...

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