French company focuses on developing technologies for recovering plastic waste.
Carbios, a French chemistry company specializing in developing technologies for recovering plastic waste and the production of bio-polymers, has appointed Pascal Juéry and Dominique Even to its board of directors. Carbios is a chemistry company that specializes in developing technologies for the recovery of plastic waste and the production of bio-polymers.
After having his first work experience in South Korea, Pascal Juéry began his career as an internal auditor at Rhône-Poulenc in 1998. He went on to hold various management positions within the Rhodia group's Novecare activity, first as director of European Operations, then as director of the Home & Personal Care Division, worldwide.
Dominique Even began with Roussel Uclaf. In 1997, following the creation of Hoechst Marion Roussel, he became director of the production of active pharmaceutical ingredients for France and was appointed as a member of Hoechst Marion Roussel's French executive committee.
"We are very pleased to welcome Pascal Juéry and Dominique Even to our board of directors. The addition of these two new board members demonstrates Carbios' commitment to the goals set by the company in terms of development and innovation policy. Both of their experiences in governance will also be valuable assets for us in meeting our challenges ahead," says Jean-Claude Lumaret, CEO of Carbios.