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Technology Stocks : Digimarc (DMRC)
DMRC 17.19-0.8%May 29 4:00 PM EDT

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To: rogermci® who wrote (202)5/25/2019 6:22:16 PM
From: richardred  Read Replies (1) of 217
It is holding up quite well Roger, and yes timing is everything. You very well might be spot on. Just a note. I once thought PLA poly lactic acid was going to be big in plastics. Corn into plastics - With names like Dow -Dupont and ADM involved it was worth watching. Seeming the big names have given up. I personally thought the technology could be explored to printing on this plastic substrate. This given the plastic would degrade a a fairly fast pace over time in water and landfills. However due to possible problems unbeknownst to me the technology wasn't progressed like I though it would be. Maybe with technological improvements in the process it's still possible?

Compostable and "Biodegradable" Plastics Provide False Sense of Responsibility

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To: Eric S. Lee who started this subject2/29/2004 9:58:48 PM
From: richardred Read Replies (1) of 58
List of biodegradable plastics manufacturers
Cargill-Dow (ECOPLA)
Mitsui Toatsu Chemical
Shimadzu Corp.
Galactic Laboratories
Zeneca (BIOPOL)
Wolff Walsrode (Bayer) (WALOCOMP)
Biomer (BIOMER)
Dupont (BIOMAX)
Eastman (EASTAR BIO)
Orex (OREX and EnviroGuard)
Idroplast (HYDROLENE)
Kanebo (LACTRON)
Novamont (MATER-BI)
Mazzucchelli (BIOCETA)
Solvay (CA

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