Companies Examine Possible collaboration between BioLogiQ’s NuPlastiQ BioPolymer and Dow’s Polyethylene Resin Portfolio
Dow and BioLogiQ will jointly work to test and research the potential uses that include bio-based resins with polyethylene, in search of more plant-based plastic products.
BioLogiQ, a 7years old startup located in Idaho Falls, Idaho that’s dedicated to generating plastics from renewable resources, will use Dow’s industry-leading to R&D, as well as the company’s substantial plastic resin sales and distribution network, to discover if they can successfully leverage plant-based plastics.
“As a science-driven company, Dow is excited by the technical and environmental advantages that could be achieved by combining NuPlastiQ with Dow’s industry-leading polyethylene,” stated Tim Boven, commercial recycling director at Dow.
Dow is assurance and purpose to deliver discovery of sustainable chemistry innovations that develop the well-being of humanity directly aligns with BioLogiQ’s goal of creating more sustainable solutions to plastics.