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Biorizon covered by TV show Booming Brabant

10 Jul 2017

Biorizon investigates whether biomass such as cattle and pig manure can be used as a raw material for plastic.

In the TV show Booming Brabant scientific manager Jan Harm Urbanus and manager business development Joop Groen show how bio-aromatics can be developed from manure and sieving material from wastewater.

(In Dutch)
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