Some interesting news that came out from the past week are the further greening of electronic products and IT as reported from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas; further confirmation from the incoming US president Barack Obama on his intention to boost jobs coming from the green industry; and more planned hybrids and electric cars coming out as reported from the Auto Show in Detroit.
Hopefully, the green blogger, who was not able to go Las Vegas, will be able to get some new green product rollouts from the CES show. For now, here are this week's news roundup.
Bioplastic supply to France
Bioplastic manufacturer Cereplast has signed a distribution agreement with resin supplier A. Schulman to distribute Cereplast's Compostables® and Hybrids Resins® to converters and manufacturers in France, Benelux and Spain.
American Green Group with its wholly owned subsidiary Eco-Built Systems, LLC will acquire the business operations of Georgia-based Paradigm Polymers, Inc., which developed products such as bio-foam insulated thermal shipping containers and the first soy based foam insulation board.
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