MicroGREEN Polymers wins $149K SBIR grant from the NSF

MicroGREEN Polymers, an Arlington-based developer of environmentally friendly recycled plastic products, has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Phase I SBIR grant in the amount of $149,913. The company will work in collaboration with the University of Washington for the scaling up of continuous production of lightweight and energy efficient Ad-air™ panels from Recycled PET for the green building materials market.

Read more in a press release from MicroGREEN Polymers

MicroGREEN Polymers is a WTC client

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