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We are reshaping the realm of sustainable pine chemical production.

As society increasingly moves toward the bio economy, with more sustainable methods of production and extraction, our innovative, environmentally-friendly processes and products are leading the way in the replacement of petroleum-based chemicals and plastics. 

We are catalysing the most transformative shift the pine chemical industry has experienced since the 1950's.
We have developed a world first revolutionary process which extracts natural organic solvent from woody biomass in a sustainable and scalable way.

Natural Organic Solvent Extraction Technology

We use only low temperatures, low pressure and a natural organic solvent.

Natural Organic Solvent Extraction Technology

We use only low temperatures, low pressure and a natural organic solvent.

The Glycell Process

The Glycell process revolutionises bio-based production from lingocellulosic biomass.
Innovation, Quality And Continuous Improvement

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The History of Pine Chemicals

Did you know pine chemicals were the original biochemical? The earliest recorded use of pine…
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Tackling pollution in the chemical industry

Petrochemicals are used in millions of products, from plastics, detergents, shampoos and makeup to industrial…
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Chemicals made from trees, not petroleum.

Petrochemicals have historically been used in everyday products. However, the factories that make them are…
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The environment is at the heart of what we do.

We source our wood from FSC certified forests, use low value wood or stumps from pine trees and ensure no petrochemicals are used in the manufacturing process.  

Sourced from FSC Forests

We use only sustainable, renewable FSC certified plantation forests. This means for every tree that we use, another one is planted.

Pine Tree By-products

We use parts of the tree, such as stumps which would normally be considered a low value wood.