Nanollose has developed innovative proprietary technologies relating to the production, processing and applications of microbial nano cellulose, which have the potential to effect change in the global cellulose industry and to offer an environmentally sustainable alternative to plant-based cellulose materials.The company today announced signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Indonesian food producer, PT Supra Natami Utama, a subsidiary of PT Niramas Utama, to develop a commercial scale factory and supply chain solution for cellulose production
Nanolloseâ€™s focus is to develop sustainable alternatives to plant-based cellulose by developing improved systems and processes to produce plant-free cellulose, novel methods of processing it, and new products from it, which can be used in the global industrial and consumer markets.The MoU was a first step in solidifying readily available feedstock that accelerate the development pathway to provide sustainable and greener textile fibre samples as told by Nanolloseâ€™s managing director Alfie Germano
PT Supra Natami Utama is one of Indonesiaâ€™s largest producers of coconut food, beverages and cosmetic products and has multiple facilities across Indonesia with access to significant quantities of coconut bi-product and waste stream.Australian biotechnology company Nanollose has joined hands with an Indonesian company to produce textile grade microbial cellulose using coconut waste
Nanollose intends to access these waste streams for use in the production of textile grade microbial cellulose on an industrial scale, which can then be transformed into fibres using Nanolloseâ€™s innovative technology through this partnership
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