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ADITYA BIRLA GROUP | VARTEGA | BURTON | NICHE | CAPITA | SHRED | FIREWIRE | FUTURES | ENJOY | ECOVATIVE | NSF | BMW | HEXION

Aditya Birla Group

Manufacturing, Asia Sales, Wind Energy

Aditya Birla Chemicals, a top multinational manufacturer of epoxy resins and curing agents, is contributing infrastructure, capabilities, and resources to Connora towards scale-up and commercialization of Recyclamine technology. Epotec, their Epoxy Resins division is a GL certified supplier to the wind blade industry, and is partnered with Connora to provide Recyclamine solutions for the Asia Markets.

Vartega

Recycling Process, Recycled Carbon Fiber

Vartega is a third party composites recycler, specializing in carbon fiber-reinforced plastic recycling processes.  Vartega has developed alternative technology, processes, and equipment to aid in Recyclamine based composites recycling.

Burton / Niche / Capita / SHRED

Snowsports / Compression Molding

Connora is pioneering zero-landfill manufacturing and closed-loop materials for hardgoods in the snow sports, along with industry leaders Burton Snowboards, Niche, Capita, and Shred.

Firewire / Futures

Wet Layup, Ambient Cure

Connora is pioneering zero-landfill manufacturing and closed-loop materials for hardgoods in the surf industry in partnership with Firewire Surfboards and Futures Fins.

Enjoy/ Ecovative

Wet Layup, Ambient Cure

It takes a village….. to make the circular economy a reality. In this case, Connora has teamed up with innovators like Enjoy Handplanes, Ecovative, and retailer Patagonia, to deliver the world’s first true cradle-to-cradle hardgood product to the masses. The Enjoy Handplane is made from a biodegradable mushroom mycelium core, and then glassed with Connora’s removable epoxy resin. At the end of life, the resin can be recycled away and the core turned back into compost!

NSF SBIR / BMW / Hexion

HP-RTM for Automotive

Funded by NSF SBIR Phase I & II grants Connora is developing the world’s first Recyclable HP-RTM epoxy resin system, in collaboration with BMW.

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