August 11, 2010

ADM offers bio-isosorbide as BPA alternative

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) announced today it has begun offering its corn-based isosorbide to the market as potential alternative to bisphenol-A (BPA) in plastics and other chemical applications.

ADM said it is the first North American company to offer renewable isosorbide on a commercial scale. Isosorbides can be used in polyesters for inks, toners, powder coatings, packaging and durable goods; polyurethanes for foams and coatings; polycarbonates for durable goods and optical media; epoxy resins for paints; and detergents, surfactants and additives for personal care and consumer products.

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