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1. Some of Mitra Ardron's Past Projects & Clients
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... of organic cotton products in India Created organic personal care products, made in Australia Set up distributor and importing arrangements with a number of companies Papyrus 2004 ...
2. Press coverage of Mitra Ardron & projects
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... event about climate change Northern Star, July 2004, winner of Northern Rivers Business Innovation Award for Best New Technology for Papyrus Northern Rivers Echo: More Power to a Clever Idea - 8 July ...
Papyrus Australia (ASX:PPY) had some coverage recently of a banana harvester it developed and has recently filed patents on. A key input to Papyrus's process of turning banana waste into paper is a supply ...
(Advertiser 18may06) PAPYRUS Australia has been awarded a $1.2 million grant to commercialise its paper-making technology. The money, from a Federal Government Commercial Ready grant, would be used to ...
Congratulations to Papyrus Australia, who had their banana paper technology ruled ``novel and inventive'' by the Australian Patent Office, which may lead to acquiring patent protection globally (Company ...
6. SMH: Papyrus listing
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The Papyrus float made the press, in a fairly ordinary, and a decidedly strange, story. Sydney Morning Herald (Apr 15) Papyrus Australia Ltd made its debut on the Australian Stock Exchange on Friday ...
Papyrus Australia has developed a process to make paper out of Banana waste using no chemicals or water and minimal power. Costs are projected to be similar or lower than making wood-pulp based paper. ...
... pro-fairtrade NGO to create organic products. Papyrus Australia - www.papyrusaustralia.com.au Paper from Banana waste - I worked with them last year and they just listed on the stock exchange. Byron ...
... something not listed here (or call on 02-6684-8096). I know most of the people here and can probably help make connections for people locally (Byron Shire). Papyrus: Paper from Banana trees, using no ...
Papyrus is making paper from banana trees, using no chemicals, no water and minimal power. In my opinion, its the most exciting innovation I've seen in sustainability for years, with the potential to ...