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Reminder to join us Friday evening!
Join us for an Art Opening Reception featuring
University of Massachusetts Amherst Student Art, hosted by Beyond Benign, Warner Babcock Institute and Collaborative Aggregates
March 10, 2017 at 5:00 - 7:30pm

A new exhibit at the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry and Beyond Benign

Opening Event:
March 10, 2017 5:00 - 7:30pm

Our newest Art Exhibit is a celebration of a unique partnership between Collaborative Aggregates, a spin-off company out of the Warner Babcock Institute, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst Art Department.  Join WBI, Beyond Benign, and Collaborative Aggregates scientists, alongside student artists at the opening event and view over 30 unique pieces of art.

Join us for FOOD, DRINKS and MUSIC.

The opening is free and open to the public.

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Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry
100 Research Drive
Wilmington, MA 01887

University of Massachusetts Student Artists:
  • Eva Fahey
  • Amy Hambrecht
  • Althea Keaton
  • Pater Mack
  • Vick Quezada
  • Eric Watterson

About Collaborative Aggregates:

Collaborative Aggregates LLC develops and distributes high performing, cost-competitive, easy-to-use construction and infrastructure materials that are noninvasive to the human health and the environment.

Their first commercialized product is Delta S—a non-toxic asphalt additive that acts as both a rejuvenator to recycled asphalt and a warm mix additive to traditional asphalt mixes.

Join us to learn more about their technology that allows for the recycling of more than 50% of old asphalt into new asphalt, significantly reducing greenhouse gas formation and petroleum use.

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