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New business rises from ashes and clay

29 Jan 2013

Both Neste Oil and start-up Ekolite are developing new business from waste formed in the production process as part of the Tekes Green Growth programme. Moreover, these new processes save resources and the environment.

“It’s important for companies that look for growth from sustainable business to be part of our network. We can offer new partnerships and research results that companies do not currently have” states Sari Laitinen, Programme Coordinator, Spinverse Oy

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