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Seattle startup has a climate friendly solution to the sticky problem of petroleum-based adhesives

Lisa Stiffler of GeekWire reports on a startup that has created a climate-friendly alternative to adhesives.

The C3 Take
  • Nvirovate is a Seattle-based startup that has created a soy-based alternative to label glue.
  • This adhesive generates at least 70% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than petroleum-based glues and could play an important role in reducing the environmental footprint of retail and manufacturing.
  • Already the company has announced partnerships with manufacturers in the Pacific Northwest, East Coast, and Detroit.

“Nvirovate launched in May 2021 and recently landed $850,000 in angel investments from two clean-tech focused investors — VertueLab and E8 Angels —  as well as Diversified Chemical TechnologiesWillamette UniversityKeeler Investments; Family Angel Management Fund; and an individual investor.”

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