San Diego MIT Enterprise Forum: Malama Composites

Malama Composites is facing challenges that many companies in the cleantech sector face—how to compete against rival, low-cost commodity products. Is it enough if there’s an undercurrent of encouragement to “go green?” Malama’s rigid polyurethane foam is made from soy polyols and other renewable resources. It is sustainable, non-toxic and has almost limitless applications in the building industry, automotive industry, wind turbine blades, surfboards and furniture industries, as well as many others that could make use of lightweight structural core materials. More information and online registration is here.