COOE wins research investment funding for more Bio-Refinery products

COOE and its research partner, the Clarke Laboratories at the University of South Australia, have won Australian Government RIB funding to develop an epoxy resin from bio-fuel waste products and hydraulic oils from low cost vegetable oils.

In this final pre commercialisation stage the epoxy resin from a renewable resource will be formulated to meet the current market needs. Similarly the bio-hydraulic oil research will be formulated to produce a fire resistant and biodegradable (non-polluting) product that will meet Australian Mining Industry Standards.

This research adds further capability to the COOE team in their quest to build several bio-refinery products to meet the commercial challenge of producing low cost alternatives to greenhouse gas emitting petroleum products.

Welcome to Cooe Pty Ltd

a network of environmental professionals who are passionate about taking care of our environment.

We believe that the survival of mankind is dependent on the health of the ecosystem we inhabit and the other species we share it with. We make it our responsibility to learn about our planet and all the species that live on it so we may fully enjoy the beauty and pass it on to our children.

COOE provides high quality environmental services that:

  • give you peace of mind through experienced hands-on technical support,
  • identifies sustainable solutions to environmental and engineering issues,
  • undertake research and development to commercialise environmentally friendly technology,
  • help you to comply with legislative requirements in a cost effective manner, and
  • meets your timelines and budgets through careful project management.
  • COOE is a certified Research Service Provider by AusIndustry: RSP No 95728.

COOE Pty Ltd previously traded as Natural Resources Services Pty. Ltd.

Some of the services we offer:

Reliability, experience and transparency

historysmallCOOE has been providing high quality environmental services since 1992.

 
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