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Shark Solutions Group is proud to announce a global collaboration with Avient Corporation, a global leader in specialty TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) formulations. This relationship is a major step forward in Shark Solutions’ expansion and continues to showcase recycled PVB as a proven, sustainable raw material for many industries.
Shark Solutions has engaged a leading 3rd party company to document CO2 emission data on our sustainable PVB based binder products.
Shark Solutions engaged with ChemQuest Technology Institute (CQTI), a third-party independent test lab, to perform a blind study in order to evaluate interior architectural wall paint formulations with binder systems composed of or containing recycled polyvinyl butyral (PVB).
Today’s buyers are getting hit by a one-two punch … volatile pricing and limited availability of raw materials adds further uncertainty to production scheduling and shipping to meet customer deadlines.
Becoming a member of The Danish Association for Social Responsibility Construction (FORENINGEN FOR BYGGERIETS SAMFUNDSANSVAR – FBSA), we want to further promote circular economy and sustainability in the Danish construction industry.
Anker, Devan and Shark Solutions teamed up to create the world’s first flame retardant aviation carpet that utilizes a 100% recycled binder.
With ECO Respectueuse, ID and Shark Solutions have the ambition to revolutionize paint profession to consume less, consume better and preserve the resources of our beautiful planet for the next generations to come.
Circularity Capital LLP, continues to build its portfolio of European growth stage businesses enabling the circular economy, leading a growth funding round in Shark Solutions, the world leader in the production of advanced recycled PVB products.
During the past two years, eight of Toyota’s U.S. parts distribution centers have been using Shark Solutions to recycle 117,000 pounds of broken windshields
Shark Glass Recycling West has been established in Victorville, California to help meet the growing demand of environmentally focused businesses and consumers to divert laminated glass from landfills and lower GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions.