The new CADELI® paint range commercialized under the brand CAMI®, reportedly has key attractive physical properties such as hardness and scratch resistance.
Specific formulations in the CADELI® range provide additional functionalities such as anti-microbial and anti-formaldehyde effects for interior paint. Both formulations are 98% bio-based and EU-Ecolabel certified.
Reverdia also announced two new collaborative partnerships:
- with UK-based food tray producer, Sharpak, and UK retailer Waitrose on the development of biodegradable plastic packaging and products using PBS (polybutylene succinate);
- with Covestro (Germany / formerly named Bayer Material Science) on the development of thermoplatic polyurethane for use in applications such as footwear and consumer electronics. See more on Covestro’s PU development via biobased-material-conference-2016
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