Newlight’s AirCarbon hits the market running

Last week, the telecom giant Sprint announced that it would start using AirCarbon, the carbon-negative PHA material made by Newlight Technologies from greenhouse gas instead of petroleum, to produce the company’s newest black and pink cell phone cases for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. This week, it’s Dell, who today announced that the company plans to launch AirCarbon-based packaging this fall, beginning with the packaging sleeves around new Dell Latitude series notebooks. AirCarbon, it would appear, is on a roll. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  materials and Additives read more

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Newlight’s AirCarbon hits the market running

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