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MicroGreen gets even greener, raising $17m in capital for earth-friendly food containers

MicroGreen Polymers, which has come up with a way to turn disposable water and soda bottles into durable and light-weight coffee cups, has raised $17 million in additional capital. The Arlington, Wash.-based company, which spun off from University of Washington after winning second-place in the University’s business plan competition in 2002, has a very “green” pitch: One that’s… Read More


Indian tribe backs Microgreen Polymers, will use environmentally-friendly cups and trays at casino

MicroGreen Polymers, a spin out from the University of Washington that’s developing technologies to convert water bottles into durable and lightweight plastic cups, trays and other foodservice containers, has raised $5 million from the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians. The tribe also has agreed to use MicroGreen’s environmentally-friendly cups and trays at its Angel of the Winds… Read More