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A.P. Moller – Maersk

A.P. Moller – Maersk becomes latest global company to showcase their leadership on sustainability

A.P. Moller – Maersk becomes latest global company to showcase their leadership on sustainability The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials is really pleased to announce that A.P. Moller – Maersk has joined our global membership body. Having invested significant energy and […]

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Quantafuel joins the RSB

RSB is very pleased to welcome Quantafuel as our latest member. Quantafuel is a pioneer of advanced biofuel – producing synthetic diesel, gasoline and jet fuel from waste streams that include waste plastic and wood chips. With their first commercial […]

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LCJF - Low Carbon Jet Fuel

RSB welcomes Heriot Watt University as a new member

The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) would like to extend a very warm welcome to the latest member to join our global and multi-disciplinary platform. Edinburgh’s Heriot Watt University, represented by the Low Carbon Jet Fuel project of the Research […]

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BASF Joins the RSB

BASF Joins the RSB

The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials is incredibly pleased to welcome multinational chemicals company BASF as the latest organisation to join our member community. BASF brings a wealth of experience in the biochemicals sector to our vibrant and multi-disciplinary membership, and […]

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RSB Partners Come out Tops in Biofuels Digest #Hot50

As Biofuels Digest’s Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference drew to a close last week, Jim Lane’s team released their list of the #Hot50 – the 50 hottest companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy – and RSB was incredibly pleased to see so […]

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ECO-BIO 2018

ECO-BIO 2018: RSB Members Qualify for Special Rates

4th-7th March – Dublin | Ireland ECO-BIO 2018 will bring together all concerned with the bioeconomy – including delegates from academia, industry, government and NGOs –  to share the latest in scientific and technological advances, impact assessment, innovation and valorisation in […]

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Green Aviation Research and Development Network - GARDN

Green Aviation Research & Development Network (GARDN) becomes latest organisation to join RSB

The Green Aviation Research & Development Network (GARDN) becomes latest organisation to join RSB Working together to create a sustainable aviation industry The Green Aviation Research & Development Network (GARDN) has recognised the role of RSB in supporting the development […]

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UPM Biofuels

UPM Biofuels receives Uruguay’s first RSB sustainability certification for biofuel feedstock

UPM Biofuels has received a sustainability certificate for the cultivation of the Brassica carinata crop – a new feedstock for biofuel production – in Uruguay.  “RSB certification acknowledges our strong commitment to sustainability in all operations, now also in biofuel […]

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P&G joins the RSB

The RSB members are part of a worldwide movement of businesses, NGO’s, academics, government and UN organisations that demonstrate their commitment to best practice for sustainable biomaterials, biofuels and biomass production.The RSB, while an independent organisation, unites these global stakeholders […]

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RSB & US Corn Stover Protocol

The RSB worked with partners in the USA to develop a protocol to assist auditors and producers in assessing the volumes of corn stover that can be removed from fields without having a detrimental impact on the ecosystem. Stakeholders involved in the development of the protocol included the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), NRCS Soil Science Division, the USDA Agricultural Research Service as well as US-based industrial and NGO participants.

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