About RSB
The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) is a global movement to ensure the sustainability of biomaterials production through a comprehensive certification system. The RSB brings together a diverse coalition of over 100 organizations around the world including large and small farmers, companies, NGOs, experts, governments, and UN agencies. RSB certification provides user-friendly tools for industry to demonstrate compliance and validates sustainable production including greenhouse gas emission reductions, respect for human rights, protection of biodiversity and water and maintenance of food security. RSB is a full member of the ISEAL Alliance and is rated the best performing sustainability certification system in recent reports published by WWF, IUCN, and NRDC. 
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About Seed processing Holland
Seed Processing Holland is a Dutch company specialised in the manufacture of machinery and equipment for the seed processing industry. Seed Processing Holland assists Project Solaris in the development and design of the processing equipment for the Solaris seed.
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About Vignoli
Vignoli, funded in 1962 by Franco Vignoli is a landmark for the demand of an agriculture that is in constant growth through accessible and sustainable technologies. their goal is to cooperate for very high qualitative standards, last generation technology,  support structure and efficient consultation.

Sunchem South Africa
Sunchem Biofuel Development South Africa (Pty) Ltd (“Sunchem SA”) is a joint venture between Sunchem BV and an international group of investors/entrepreneur, seasoned in developing alternative energy initiatives in Southern Africa. In cooperation with local partners, Sunchem SA has been conducting cultivation trials with Solaris in the North Eastern corner of the Limpopo province. The trials have developed strong ties with the commercial farming community and the regional small holder farming coops. These parties are very interested to further engage and expand activities based on their experiences with Solaris.