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Although an extremely useful material, plastic is an environmental disaster. It clogs up landfills, it litters our oceans and it can be harmful to various organisms. Developing biodegradable plastics that can be produced in a viable and sustainable manner has proved difficult in the past. But all may not be lost as scientists at Stanford […]
From PR Newswire: Mango Materials has been identified by an expert panel as one of the world’s most innovative cleantech companies and has been selected to present to senior financial and strategic cleantech investors, policy makers, legislators, end users and media. Mango Materials will present at CleanEquity Monaco 2014 on March 27th & 28th at […]
What if we could make the Great Pacific Garbage Patch just disappear? What if plastics didn’t accumulate in our landfills? What if we could reduce greenhouse gas emissions while replacing up to 30% of the world’s plastics with a biodegradable substitute? The National Science Foundation in partnership with CEP helped to find some answers to these questions by featuring Mango Materials in […]
Mango Materials CEO Molly Morse is featured in this article about how harnessing methane could save our planet! “Craig Criddle is on his office phone, and he doesn’t appear pleased. The Stanford professor of civil and environmental engineering responds to his interlocutor on the other end of the line in terse, clipped phrases before finally […]
ABC was covering Mango Materials as they tried to win the Postcode Lottery worth $500,000 Euros ($630,000 USD). Read the Full Article Here – Changing Cities: A Lottery That Helps Save the World
The New York Times covering Mango Materials and their winning of the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge competition. Click here to sign up for a free NYT account to read the full article.
Mango Materials was featured by the Silicon Valley Business Journal “The business: Mango Materials Inc. produces biodegradable plastics from waste biogas (methane) at a competitive price versus oil-based plastics. Mango Materials produces its plastic (polyhydroxyalkanoate) in powder form that is converted into a variety of plastic products such as children’s toys, electronic casings, water bottles […]