Recent News & Press
Mango Materials was mentioned as a “promising, environmentally friendly microbead alternative” in a recent New York Times article. With proposed legislation banning traditional plastic microbeads, industry and consumers are looking for replacements in their personal care products. The article discusses the recent legislation and the various alternatives, including PHAs from Mango Materials. Click here to […]
Mango Materials’ CTO, Allison Pieja was recently interviewed for an article in BioCoder. She describes the process, history of the company, and some projections for the future. To download the Spring 2015 issue for free and read the article “Allison Pieja and the Minor Miracle of Methanotrophs” written by Glen Martin, click here. From the […]
Mango Materials was featured along with other companies making sustainable materials in the GreenBlue Blog. Based on presentations from SustPack 2015 in Orlando, FL, GreenBlue discusses the latest innovations in sustainable materials. To read about Mango Materials and other cool companies in the sustainable materials space, click here.
In a recent Advanced Biofuels USA article, Stefaniya Becking writes about diversifying products to create new opportunities for biogas use. Based on the Waste to Biogas and Clean Fuels Summit in Santa Clara in early March, the article describes some of the new opportunities in biogas conversion technologies. Click here to read the full article: Advanced […]
Bioplastics Magazine wrote about Mango Materials selection as an innovator in the LAUNCH Green Chemistry Forum. Read the full article here.
Mango Materials, along with Ecovative and BioMason (all Postcode Lottery Green Challenge winners!), were featured in a recent Fast Company online article. Each of these companies presented at the Biofabricate conference in New York City in December 2014. To read about these amazing forward thinking companies, click here.
Mango Materials was selected as one of 10 innovators to participate in the LAUNCH Green Chemistry Forum this past week. With events located both at the Melbourne Hilton Oceanfront and Kennedy Space Center, Mango Materials was able to converse with over 40 council members in the field of green chemistry. These experts provided the Mango […]
Mango Materials was featured in a recent post from Food Production Daily: Methane gas could be used as a feedstock to produce affordable PHA bioplastic, according to the CEO of a US-based start-up. Click here to read the article.
Mango Materials was named one of the 40 Hottest Smaller Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy. It was the first year for the Hot 40, which recognizes companies with less than 50 full-time employees and $20 million or less in annual revenues. Click here to read about the companies and see the full list!
“It seems to us in Digestville that if you open a door in Emeryville, California — roughly thirty companies tumble out, so hot is the early-stage activity there — and a lot of it about companies chasing high-value targets via methane. In the case of Mango Materials — the products are bioplastics, via bacteria — […]