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Coatings Ingredients


Bio-Based and Sustainable Solutions for Coatings with Materials Derived from Fermentation

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Fermentation allows for the production of sustainable raw materials. Through the action of microorganisms, a variety of bio-based compounds can be produced on a large scale. We will describe the process and look at how these compounds can help formulators tackle issues like reducing VOCs and enhancing in-can preservation.

Cameron Whitney Presented By:
Cameron Whitney

Length: 20 min

Why should you view this webinar?

In this webinar, you will learn about sustainable, bio-based options for enhancing film-forming properties, rheological properties, and preservation utilizing raw materials produced from fermentation.

Who should view this webinar?

  • Formulators
  • Marketing Managers
  • Brand Managers
  • R&D Managers
  • Technical Managers
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Cameron Whitney Market Development Manager - Jungbunzlauer Inc.

Cameron Whitney Cameron Whitney is a member of the Business Development Group within Jungbunzlauer. He has achieved a master’s degree in Chemistry from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and has spent a number of years in technical roles, working as a protein chemist for DuPont’s Nutrition and Health group as well as a lab chemist for ICL Performance Products. He has assumed his new role in 2017 with Jungbunzlauer focusing on market development opportunities as it relates to various industries, from CASE to cosmetics and much more.

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