We use perennial non-food, non-forest grasses and co-products and waste streams of agricultural biomass processing industries to manufacture bio-composite resins. We commercially compound biomass with a combination of post-industrial plastics and virgin polymers and bio-polymers, depending on the application. The patent-pending resin technologies are created at the Bio-products Discovery and Development Center, (BDDC) University of Guelph, Ontario, our technology collaborator.
All our bio-composite resins have four characteristics in common:
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