EcoSynthetix, Inc.

EcoSynthetix, Inc.

EcoSynthetix, Inc.

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3365 Mainway, Burlington, ON, L7M 1A6, CAN

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EcoSynthetix, Inc. focuses on commercializing a range of bio based polymer and monomer products. It offers engineered biopolymers that replace the non-renewable chemicals used to manufacture products, such as paper and packaging, personal care products, insulation and wood composites. The Company's products include, EcoSphere biolatex and DuraBindTM biopolymers, provide a sustainable alternative that reduces a customer's carbon footprint, decreases overall material costs and improves performance. EcoSynthetix was founded by John van Leeuwen and Steven Bloembergen in 1996 and is headquartered in Burlington, Canada.

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Chief Investment Officer & Director at H-Source, Inc.

Former Interim Chief Executive Officer at Titan Medical, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer & Director at EcoSynthetix, Inc.

President & Chief Executive Officer at KIK Custom Products, Inc.

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