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Scotland’s first sustainable chemical plant to come onstream

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Cleantech innovator Celtic Renewables has signed its first major re-seller Caldic as it gears up for the launch of Scotland’s first sustainable chemical plant in Grangemouth.
The partnership secures a go-to-market strategy for Caldic’s bio-solvents range, supporting its customers in advancing their sustainability journey.
Celtic Renewables’ patented low-carbon technology converts unwanted and low-value biological material into high-value renewable chemicals, sustainable biofuel, and other commercially and environmentally valuable products.
Caldic, a leading solutions provider for the life science and speciality chemical industries will distribute the bio-solvents produced by Celtic Renewables.
This high purity, bio solution, with an extremely low carbon footprint, will provide Caldic’s customers with a sustainable bio-based alternative to fossil fuel produced solvents.
Roger Collis, Business Development Director Caldic, said:  “Caldic is delighted to have agreed a partnership with Celtic Renewables for the distribution of their bio-solvents throughout Europe.
“The addition of these high-quality products is in line with our strategic plan to grow our portfolio with products with a lower carbon footprint.
“We are excited to be bringing to the market these unique bio-solvents which offer an environmentally friendlier solution that will be of interest to manufacturers of Personal Care and Homecare products, as well as those involved in the production of biofuels.”