Antolin's mycelium-based materials reduce auto parts' environmental impact

Circular Economy & Remanufacturing
ATI News Team

The materials increase the efficiency of the circular economy and reduce the use of plastic in automotive parts

Antolin, a global provider of technological solutions for car interiors, has developed a pioneering project that utilizes mycelium-based natural materials to reduce the environmental impact of vehicle components, a company press release said Oct. 31.

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