The concrete curing compound Delft Green developed by Slimy Green Stuff is now available on the market. See the website of NGCM. Picture and video of the application of the curing compound: video
A future without waste
Vice recently visited the Environmental Biotechnology group for the documentary ‘Microbros’ (from 12:50 onwards). Our work on alginate was also discussed in this documentary. Microbros: Bacteriën, een toekomst zonder afval Door ALEJANDRO TAUBER 15 November 2016 // 11:17 AM CET
New raw material from Nereda® wastewater
Water Authority Rijn en IJssel has announced the commissioning of the world’s first (industrial) NEO (Nereda® Extracted Organic) alginate factory in Zutphen. More information see here.
New factory to extract alginate-like raw material from waste water
Rijn en IJssel Water Authority is investing 11 million euros in the construction of a factory to extract a new, alginate-like polymer from wastewater. See article in TNW news (TU Delft Applied Sciences) here.