Knox News: 40 Under 40: Bowie Benson’s innovative technologies could change manufacturing worldwide

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After working at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Bowie Benson launched Carbon Rivers and built a team of engineers that has developed new nanotechnologies that have global implications. Carbon Rivers is the first company in the world to upcycle glass fiber from wind turbine blades and other manufactured parts into sustainable, next generation composites that go back to manufacturers to be used for cars, boats and other pieces of equipment.

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