Inlägg av Nils Andersson

Biodolomer for LIFE to present at conference focusing on plastics in the circular economy in Helsingborg on April 26th

Åke Rosén, founder of GAIA BioMaterials, will deliver a speech at “Recyclingdagen i Helsingborg”, focusing on the additional benefits of bioplastics – Biodolomer® in particular – as compared with other materials and how it all links into the circular economy and Biodolomer for LIFE. “Recyclingdagen i Helsingborg” is an annual event arranged by the magazine […]

Biodolomer® for Life and GAIA BioMaterials presented to students and public in Helsingborg

Åke Rosén, founder of GAIA BioMaterials was invited to make a presentation for upper High School students at Thorén Business School in Helsingborg, Sweden on the subject of sustainable entrepreneurship in Helsingborg April 10 2018. Local business people were also invited to attend. Benefits from Biodolomer® During his presentation, Mr. Rosén presented GAIA BioMaterials revolutionary new […]

Biodolomer® for Life presented at “The Cultivating City Bazaar”

Biodolomer® for Life exhibited during “Den odlande stadsbasaren” (The Cultivating City Bazaar) at Oxhallen in Helsingborg on Saturday, February 10th. The event was part of a pilot project to promote ”innovation for sustainable urban development in Helsingborg, Landskrona and Stockholm”. The aim is to explore the opportunities associated with green workplaces and companies. This as […]

Biodolomer for Life will participate in Plastic Ocean Panel discussion in Ängelholm on February 26th

Plastic Ocean On February 26th Biodolomer® for Life has been invited to participate during a panel discussion, during the screening of the film “Plastic Ocean”, regarding the growing problem of plastic pollution in the oceans, as fossil plastics add to the plastic sea belts, as well as the microplastics content, causing great harm to both […]

Biodolomer® for Life exhibits in Helsingborg this Saturday (2018-02-10)

Biodolomer® for Life has been invited to exhibit during the Event “Den odlande stadsbasaren” (The cultivating city bazaar) at Oxhallen in Helsingborg on Saturday February 10th. The event is part of a pilot project to promote “innovation for sustainable urban development in Helsingborg, Landskrona and Stockholm” and aims to explore the opportunities associated with green […]

Helsingborg promotes biomaterials over fossil-based plastics

In a debate article published in the Swedish newspaper Kvällsposten on Sunday, Helsingborg’s City Council announced that by 2020, the city will stop buying fossil-based plastic products, with the aim of completely removing plastics from the city’s residual waste in 2035. Everyone’s responsibility to act In the article, Helsingborg’s City Council especially emphasized that it […]