Itaconix, a leading innovator in sustainable specialty polymers, was recognised this week as one of "The Top 50 Companies to Disrupt the World" by Biofuels Digest, the world's most widely-read daily publication on the bioeconomy. The Company will be honoured with other recipients at the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference on Next Generation Technologies and Markets in San Francisco, California on 31 October.
John R. Shaw, Chief Executive Officer, stated: "Major global imperatives for sustainability and climate change can only occur through disrupting the chemistries we use in everyday products. I see our bio-based polymers enabling performance and safety breakthroughs in a growing range of home and personal care products, and am pleased that our efforts are gaining broader recognition."
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Itaconix plc is a leading innovator in bio-based functional ingredients for improving the safety and performance of homecare, personal care, and industrial products. Its proprietary polymer technology generates a growing range of new ingredients with unique functionality that meet consumer demands for value and sustainability.
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