Jay is the technical liaison for Collaborative Aggregates LLC to the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry. Jay left Warner Babcock as a research scientist during the start-up of Collaborative Aggregates in 2015 to manage the operations of the new company. This includes chemical formulation ingredients sourcing & QC, field product development activity, product manufacturing and product storage & shipping logistics. Jay specializes in small molecule and polymer synthesis. He is one of the first doctorate graduates majoring in the Green Chemistry curriculum at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Jay maintains his office at the institute’s research facility in Wilmington, Massachusetts.
John founded the institute with Jim Babcock in 2007. John’s career includes scientific research leadership positions in academic and industry settings. Long considered one of the founders of the Green Chemistry discipline, Dr. John Warner is often the featured speaker at international and national conferences, symposiums and workshops exploring Green Chemistry.
Dr. Warner sanctioned the founding of Collaborative Aggregates LLC in 2014 to commercialize the Green Chemistry construction product formulations invented by he and his scientists at the Warner Babcock Institute. John works closely with Dr. Jay Bianchini in the introduction of the Delta S product; a liquid, plant based chemistry for asphalt rejuvenation and warm mix asphalt. John and Jay coordinate the product development process of future product offerings to be commercialized by Collaborative Aggregates LLC.
Jay and John pictured with (l-r) Dr. Joe Pont, CEO of Warner Babcock Institute; Dr. Justin Whitfield, Vice President at Warner Babcock Institute; James Babcock, CEO of Collaborative Aggregates; Steve Wallace, Vice President of Sales at Collaborative Aggregates; Dr. Amy Cannon, Executive Director of Beyond Benign.
Beyond Benign is the educational arm of the institute for promoting the 12 Principles of Green Chemistry to students from kindergarten through college.