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US: Bridgestone hails Russian dandelions as NR source

Bridgestone has revealed that recent research conducted by Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations (BATO) has produced "promising results" indicating that the Russian dandelion can become a commercially viable, renewable source of high-quality, tyre-grade rubber. BATO is one of several collaborators taking part in the Russian Dandelion project being led by PENRA - It’s time to log … Continued

Bridgestone has revealed that recent research conducted by Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations (BATO) has produced "promising results" indicating that the Russian dandelion can become a commercially viable, renewable source of high-quality, tyre-grade rubber.

BATO is one of several collaborators taking part in the Russian Dandelion project being led by PENRA -

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