Carbon Waters Takes Action to Decarbonize the Industry
Faced with the challenges of climate change, diminishing natural resources, and the energy transition, Carbon Waters is developing solutions to reduce the impact of materials and committing to decarbonizing its production processes.
Carbon Waters Joins the European Macramé Program
Last December, Carbon Waters became part of the European Macramé project, a consortium with 19 partners. Its mission is considerable: Run tests to precisely characterize graphene nanoparticles and their toxicity throughout the product lifecycle.
From Academic Research to applied Research
Rym Soltani has just joined Carbon Waters as an R&D process manager. The doctoral candidate has been passionate about chemistry since she was a young girl. Now she has decided to leave academic research behind for a career in applied R&D. Read our interview with this major fan of science and the nanoworld.
Carbon Waters Renews Commitment to CSR
Carbon Waters has been a committed and responsible start-up from the very beginning. Now, it’s shifting into higher gear by implementing a proactive, well-defined CSR policy. For Alban Chesneau and his team, sustainable development is a key component to managing the new challenges that lie ahead in energy, ecology, and the economy.
“Making Carbon Waters an Industrial Company”
Nicolas Castet was hired as operations manager of Carbon Waters last May, following a long international career.
Graphene makes a stop in Düsseldorf
Global leaders in the plastics and rubber industry will gather at the K Show in Dusseldorf, Germany, next October 19-26. Carbon Waters will be at the event October 19-21, when it will unveil the various fields of application for its graphene.
A yes vote for a sustainable, high-performance, robust supply chain
At age 30, Joyakim Davis has just joined the Purchasing and Logistics Department at Carbon Waters. Born in Mauritius and French at heart, this graduate student currently in a coop program at ISLI (Institut Supérieur de la Logistique Industrielle, or Institute for Supply Chain Excellence), is championing a bullet-proof supply chain and bio-based sourcing. His profile below.
Graphene in the Age of Sustainable Development
Could graphene be an answer to the problems of sustainable development and resource preservation? That, in fact, is the game plan for Carbon Waters, which is applying its environmentally responsible policies to the production, logistics, and development of raw materials. A discussion with Alban Chesneau, CEO of Carbon Waters, follows.
Trade shows, Carbon Waters Knocks it out of the Park
Carbon Waters has had a very busy start to the year, participating in numerous trade shows. As a bonus, the targeted business meetings have provided the company with excellent business and networking opportunities.
From Classroom to Start-Up
Carbon Waters scores big with its attendance at two major trade shows next March: JEC World, the global composite materials trade show, and Eurocoat, the gathering for the paints, glues, and adhesives industry. The start-up’s ambition is placing it among the big players in the world of composites and the glues/adhesives/paints industry.