Using microbes to capture methane and replace fossil fuel based plastics.
- Named as a B-Corp "Best for the World" company in 2022 in the Environment category.
- Secured funding from the NSF to develop biodegradable oceangoing plastics alongside teams at UCSB, URI & Rochester.
- Named a winner of Conservation X Labs' Microfiber Innovation Challenge in 2022.
Currently Operating in 52 Regions
November 22, 2022
As industries look towards sustainable and environmental-friendly ways of production, a US-based start-up Mango Materials has started to make bio-based clothing fibers from methane which can then...Read on Moneycontrol »
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