Construction Continues on Origin Plant in Sarnia, Ontario
Nov 6, 2020 | In the News
Construction of Origin's biomass to carbon negative chemicals plant continues in Sarnia, Ontario. Origin Materials is building the plant to demonstrate its technology for producing chemicals from biomass – such as sawdust – for use in making carbon negative plastic and other products.
Origin Speaks at Second Annual BioDesign Conference on Canada's Growing Bioeconomy
Sep 29, 2019 | In the News
More than 80 people gathered at the Lambton College Event Centre Thursday to work on the long-term project of building Canada's bio-economy. They came from across the country, representing industries, agencies and governments, to attend the second annual BioDesign conference hosted by the college and Sarnia-based Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC.)
PepsiCo joins NaturALL Bottle Alliance
Sep 11, 2019 | In the News
The alliance, a research consortium developed by Danone, Nestle Waters, and Origin Materials, is making progress on developing and introducing a 100% bio-based PET beverage bottle.
Plastic of the Future
Jun 19, 2018 | In the News
Bioplastics may offer one solution to the plastic predicament — and a West Sacramento company is leading the way.
Eastman FDCA process goes to Origin
Oct 2, 2017 | In the News
Origin Materials, the world's leading carbon-negative materials company, has licensed production technology for 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) and related derivatives from Eastman Chemical.