We have been dealing with the processing, modifications and further use of raw materials of natural and therefore renewable origin for decades. We have gained experience both in the field of polymer synthesis and in the use of biomaterials in the formulation of paint materials, casting systems, etc. Furthermore, we can also produce the results of development on a pilot plant scale.

We deal with the greening of existing products and processes, i.e. especially the reduction of emissions of volatile substances by reformulation, we recommend more environmentally friendly materials for specific applications.

Synthesis of Polymers

We offer research in the following areas concerning synthesis of polymer materials:

  • Usage of biomaterials with functional groups for the synthesis of polymers,
  • Modification of existing functional groups in biomaterials enabling their more sophisticated use as raw materials for synthesis,
  • Polymers with specific functionality, especially in the field of biocides,
  • Biodegradable polymers,
  • More effective recycling of currently used plastics,
  • Usage of enzymes as catalysts for very specific chemical reactions.

We are currently participating in the project National Competence Center for Polymeric Materials and Technologies for the 21st Century, which is the only one in the country dedicated to the issue of polymers and their impact on the environment.   Article

Bio-Raw Materials in Paints, Composites and Casting Materials; Greening of Existing Formulations

We formulate all systems using biomaterials as binders, fillers or additives. We are looking for potential application of already developed biomaterials in the area of ​​raw materials for coatings – for example, polysaccharides as a filler that can replace part of the titanium white, glycolipids as coalescents and wetting agents, essential oils and live lactic acid bacteria in encapsulated form as preservatives.

Furthermore, we will help you with the reformulation of existing systems to meet new rules of REACH regulation, limits of the content of volatile substances (VOC), content of metals in the role of catalysts and siccatives, limits of the content of some types of preservatives (CIT, MIT). We also focus on the biodegradability and easier recyclability of plastics.

Ready-to-Sell Products


The LACTYCOS product line includes a wide range of high purity alkyl lactyl lactates. They are intended primarily for cosmetics, where they serve as a smoothing agent, emulsifier, solvent, softener in detergents. They regulate sebum production at the level of hair follicles.