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Dow to develop bioplastics from corn residue

Dow is to partner with bio-conversion company New Energy Blue on developing bioplastics  from corn residue. Described as a ‘first-of-its-kind’ agreement in North America, New Energy Blue will create bio-based ethylene for Dow’s US Gulf Coast facilities to produce renewable plastics. Dow expects to use the bio-based ethylene in recyclable packaging, transportation, and footwear applications,…

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