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Companies in this issue Company Editorial Advert AGBP/AGPM 37 Alesco 44 Amcor Flexible Packaging 10 Arkhe Will 44 Bagherra 37 BASF 8 2, 44 Beta Analytic 26 Biomer 10 bioplastics 24 19 Biopolymer Network 10 BioSolar 6 Biotec 44 BP Consulting 21 Braskem 5, 26 Clarifoil 35 Club bio-plastiques 36 co2balance 33 Coopbox 11 Danimer 20 DuPont 8 44 European Bioplastics 8, 36 European Plastics News 10 FAS Converting 45 FBAW 9 Ferrero 8 FKuR 16 23, 44 Fonti di Vinadio 8 Forapack 44 Formax Quimiplan 11 Fraunhofer UMSICHT 16 Gehr Plastics 10 German Farmer Association 9 Groupe Barbier 37 Guayaki 7 Haigh‘s Chocolates 34 Hallink 45 Hanchung Paper 20 Hitachi 41 Huhtamaki 44 IDES 10 Innovia 7, 11, 14, 44 32, 35 International Paper 20 Invicta Plastics 11 Company Editorial Advert KLM 21 Kuan Chun 21 Limagrain Céréales Ingrédients 1, 37 Maag 44 Mann + Hummel 45 Minima Technologies 44 Mondi 22 Moonen Packaging 21 Natura Packaging 44, 47 Naturally Iowa 6 NatureWorks 6, 7, 18, 20 Nestlé 11, 35 Nova Insitut 9 Novamont 12, 24, 37 48 Pace Industries 11 Panasonic 41 Pennsylvania State University 13 PHB International 10 Plantic 34 44 plasticker 19 Plastics Suppliers 18 37, 44 PolyOne 44 Procos 35 Reifenhäuser 31 Saida 39 Sharp 41 Sidaplax 18 37, 44 Sphere 37 Sukano 44 Telecom Italia 8 Telles 13 15, 44 Tianan Biologic Materials 44 Toyota Tsusho Corporation 26 Transmare 44 Uhde Inventa-Fischer 27, 44 Universität Hamburg 29 University College Dublin 28 UNPT 37 USIPA 37 VEOLIA Environnement 37 Vincotte 38 Waterless Co. 5 Wei Mon Industries 34 44 Wiedmer 45 Next Issue For the next issue of bioplastics MAGAZINE (among others) the following subjects are scheduled: Editorial Focus: Automotive Foams Basics: Basics of PLA Next issues: Jan/Feb 16.02.2009 Month Publ.-Date Editorial Focus (1) Editorial Focus (2) Basics Fair Specials Mar/Feb 06.04.2009 Beauty & Healthcare End-of-Life Options Industrial Composting May/Jun 02.06.2009 Rigid Packaging / Trays Material Combinations Basics of PHA Jul/Aug 03.08.2009 Bottles/Labels/Caps Non-Food-Sourced Bioplastics Sep/Oct 05.10.2009 Fibers/Textiles/Nonwovens Paper Coating Land Use for Bioplastics Basics of Starch Based Biopolymers NPE Preview (22-27 June) Nov/Dec 30.11.2009 Films/Flexibles/Bags Consumer Electronics Anaerobic Digestion 46 bioplastics MAGAZINE [06/08] Vol. 3

A real sign of sustainable development. There is such a thing as genuinely sustainable development. Since 1989, Novamont researchers have been working on an ambitious project that combines the chemical industry, agriculture and the environment: "Living Chemistry for Quality of Life". Its objective has been to create products with a low environmental impact. The result of Novamont's innovative research is the new bioplastic Mater-Bi ® . Mater-Bi ® is a family of materials, completely biodegradable and compostable which contain renewable raw materials such as starch and vegetable oil derivates. Mater-Bi ® performs like traditional plastics but it saves energy, contributes to reducing the greenhouse effect and at the end of its life cycle, it closes the loop by changing into fertile humus. Everyone's dream has become a reality. Living Chemistry for Quality of Life. www.novamont.com Inventor of the year 2007 Mater-Bi ® : certified biodegradable and compostable.

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