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LEGO seeks to replace ABS with sustainable materials
The LEGO Group (Billund, Denmark), maker of the LEGO brick toys, has announced an investment of 1 billion Danish kroner ($147.8 million) to research developing and implementing new, sustainable raw materials to manufacture LEGO elements and packaging...

Odfjell appoints CEO
Odfjell says that it has appointed Kristian Verner Mørch CEO and president., effective 1 August. Mørch succeeds Jan Hammer as president and CEO. Hammer left Odfjell in December 2014. Mørch has been an Odfjell board member since May 2014...

Novozymes to establish innovation campus in Denmark
Novozymes (Bagsværd, Denmark) says that it plans to establish a new innovation campus at Lyngby, Denmark in order to create a global hub for biotech research and business development. The company has signed a deal with the Lyngby-Taarbæk...

Danish protein-from–natural gas firm plans IPO in London
UniBio (Odense, Denmark), a biotechnology firm specializing in animal feed technology, plans to list on London’s Alternative Investment Market this year, aiming to raise £15 million ($23.5 million). UniBio has developed fermentation...

ECHA calls for evidence on uses of phthalate in articles, preparation for restriction
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA; Helsinki) and the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DEPA; Copenhagen) have announced that they will jointly investigate the need for a restriction on the placing on the market of articles containing any of four...

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