Friday October 23, 2020

Cellulac signs partnership deal worth €35 million

Cellulac, the biochemical company led by serial entrepreneur Gerry Brandon, has signed a five-year partnership deal with Pharmafilter worth €35 million.

22nd April, 2015

Pharmafilter is a Dutch company which treats complex waste, sewage and wastewater from hospitals.

Cellulac will supply Pharmafilter with biodegradable plastics made from dairy and agricultural feedstocks which it can use in turn to make disposable products to be used in hospitals.

Pharmafilter, which is backed by the Dutch state, is working with five hospitals in the Netherlands and Denmark. It supplies each hospital with 600 tonnes of bioplastics per annum which it will now...

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