Request for Information: Forest Industry Technologies

By admin | Jun 14, 2018 | Comments Off on Request for Information: Forest Industry Technologies

Issue Date: June 14, 2018 Due Date: July 20, 2018 Click here to download the RFI. RFI Purpose and Goals: The Maine Technology Institute is collecting publicly available information on technologies that could be deployed within Maine’s forest industry. The purpose of this RFI is to encourage technology companies to submit preliminary information on their…

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Introducing Marina Bowie

By admin | Jun 13, 2018 | Comments Off on Introducing Marina Bowie

Please join us in welcoming Marina Bowie as Biobased Maine’s new Program Associate. Marina joins Biobased Maine from the University of New Hampshire (UNH), where she recently graduated with a dual degree in Economics and Sustainability. At UNH, Marina had the opportunity to spend a semester abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, where she saw first-hand how…

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Welcome New Member JHC Consulting LLC

By admin | Jun 13, 2018 | Comments Off on Welcome New Member JHC Consulting LLC

Please join us in welcoming Biobased Maine’s newest member, JHC Consulting LLC. JHC Consulting LLC represents BBC Land LLC, which has ownership responsibilities for nearly 1 million acres of working forests in Maine and New Hampshire. JHC Consulting LLC is owned by John H. Cashwell III, who has been involved in the forest products industry…

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Join Us for a Climate Forum with E2Tech

By admin | Jun 8, 2018 | Comments Off on Join Us for a Climate Forum with E2Tech

Come join us for an informative and thoughtful discussion on the economic impacts of climate change with E2Tech in Hallowell on June 21, and be sure to visit the Biobased Maine table to learn more about how biobased products will help the climate. As a sponsor of the event, we’ll be there to share information…

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LEGO Commits to Biobased Packaging by 2025

By admin | May 22, 2018 | Comments Off on LEGO Commits to Biobased Packaging by 2025

In great news for the biobased industry, the LEGO Group announced on Earth Day that it intends to use 100% sustainable packaging by 2025, which will mean replacing petroleum-based plastics with sustainably sourced biobased materials. “By 2025, our aim is that no LEGO packaging parts have to end up in a landfill,” said Tim Brooks,…

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