EdenSurf Recognized at the ICIS World Surfactants Conference

Integrity BioChem was recognized at the 2021 ICIS World Surfactants Conference and Awards for its new technology EdenSurf, which was shortlisted in both the Newcomer and Innovation award categories. Integrity BioChem’s Chief Technology Officer Dr. Charles Landis and Executive Vice President Michael Suver were also featured speakers at the conference, presenting the company’s new breakthrough bio-based surfactant technology.

The ICIS World Surfactants Conference and Awards provides a platform for the surfactants community to celebrate the achievements of the industry, including unique and noteworthy projects and collaborations in the surfactant value chain. 

“We are appreciative to ICIS for recognizing Integrity BioChem and EdenSurf on such a prominent, competitive stage,” said Jimmy Jett, Integrity BioChem CEO. “This recognition and the feedback we received from our ICIS World Surfactants Conference and Awards presentation validate our excitement around this new technology, and to be recognized among some of the biggest players in the industry is an accomplishment we are incredibly proud of.”

“Every year at the ICIS World Surfactants Conference and Awards, we are excited to bring together leaders in the industry to share insights and celebrate innovation,” said Neil Burns, co-producer and chairperson of the ICIS Surfactants Conferences portfolio. “Integrity BioChem was a strong addition to our speaker roster this year with the presentation of their new developments in the biosurfactant space.”

EdenSurf is Integrity BioChem’s new patent-pending bio-based surfactant built from sustainable, vegetative materials and built with the strength of traditional surfactants. Developed specifically for the personal care and household industries, EdenSurf is a non-irritating surfactant additive that performs as an alternative to sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and select zwitterionic surfactants commonly used in advanced product formulations. Backed by Integrity BioChem’s innovative production engineering, this new technology can be produced at commercial quantities without the use of harsh chemicals or conditions. 

In addition to being sourced sustainably, EdenSurf reports a Renewable Carbon Index greater than 90% and is certified Readily Biodegradable. This new technology is a culmination of Integrity BioChem’s deep commitment and continued investment in supplying customers with sustainable, socially responsible high-performance products.

To learn more about Integrity BioChem’s new EdenSurf technology, visit edensurf.info.

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