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Sustainable Succinic Acid
Sustainable Succinic Acid – Improving the Environmental Footprint
Bio-Based Building Blocks – The need to reduce dependency on fossil resources, a growing world population and an increased concern for the environment are driving companies to supplement oil-based chemicals with plant-based, sustainable, high-quality chemical building blocks. Download PDF.
CHEManager Europe, Oct. 31, 2013
Biosuccinium™ sustainable succinic acid in TPU applications – Effect on chemical resistance (English, German, Russian)
This article demonstrates that TPUs based on Biosuccinium™ have been found to show excellent resistance to a set of chemicals that are commonly used in the industry.
FAPU, European Polyurethane Journal, May 2013.
Biosuccinium for sustainable materials
The need to reduce dependency on fossil fuels, a growing world population and an increased concern for the environment are driving companies to supplement oil-based chemicals with plant-based, sustainable, high quality chemical building blocks. Among the companies active in this field is Reverdia, a JV between DSM and Roquette Frères, which produces the Biosuccinium band of bio-based succinic acid (bio-SA).
Specialty Chemicals Magazine, volume 33, No. 3 March 2013, pg. 25 -26.
Evaluating the properties and performance of Susterra 1,3-propanediol and Biosuccinium sustainable succinic acid in TPU applications
Susterra propanediol (PDO) and Biosuccinium sustainable succinic acid (SA) have been evaluated as potential alternatives for 1,4-butanediol (BDO) and adipic acid (AA) in polyester polyols for thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPU). Biosuccinium and Susterra are unique 100 % bio-based offerings from their respective suppliers, Reverdia and DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products.
PU Magazine international, PU Magazine and TPE Magazine international, February/March 2013
Veelzijdig barnsteenzuur in trek (Multipurpose succinic acid in demand) – article in Dutch
De omzetting van suikers in barnsteenzuur is goed voor flinke investeringen in de industriele biotechnologie. Nu moet het de belofte als vervanger voor tal van petrochemische bouwstenen echt gaan waarmaken.
C2W magazine, no.6, 12 April 2013, pg. 16-19.
Green chemistry will help reach sustainable ambitions
The commercialisation of a bio-based succinic acid brand-named Biosuccinium™ moves up a gear with the completion later this year of the world’s first large-scale commercial production plant in Italy. Its driving force Reverdia sees packaging materials as one of many diverse sectors that can benefit from the product’s sustainable profile.
PACKAGINGFILMS 2-2012, p 60-61
A sustainable supply of succinic acid
The need to reduce dependency on fossil fuels, a growing world population and an increased concern for the environment are driving companies to supplement oil-based chemicals with plant-based, sustainable, high-quality chemical building blocks. Reverdia™, a company backed up by DSM + Roquette, produces the sustainable succinic acid Biosuccinium™ with proprietary green technology. It enables customers to produce bio-based, high-quality performance materials while at the same time substantially improving their environmental footprint.
Euro Biotech News, Nº 11-12, Volume 10, 2011, p. 70-71
JV partners tout packaging potential of bio-based succinic acid
A proprietary new form of bio-based succinic acid has ‘enormous potential’ as a building block in plastic food packaging, said DSM and Roquette as the European Commission gave the green light for their joint venture to produce the material.
FoodProductionDaily.com, 21 December 2011
Hitting a New Stride
The biorefining sector is poised for commercial scale-up as funding strategies mature and production capacity grows.
Biorefining Magazine, 21 November 2011
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