NEXUS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE COMPANY HAS RECEIVED ISCC-INTERNATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY AND CARBON- PLUS CERTIFICATION BECOMING THE FIRST IN THE WORLD TO ACHIEVE THIS STANDARD USING MULTIPLE PLASTIC POLYMERS TO CREATE A CIRCULAR RECYCLED PRODUCT.

ISCC is a global sustainability certification system and covers all sustainable feedstocks, including agricultural and forestry biomass, circular and bio-based materials, and renewables This certification provides traceability along the supply chain and verifies that companies meet environmental and social standards. The certification provides objective third-party verification of critical control points in the supply chain. For producers, it is a mark of quality for customers, and will also enable co-processing of recycled and virgin materials and the use of credits (similar to the renewable energy industry). Without such certification, the viability and trust in truly circular solutions cannot be attained – and without this trust, the rapid implementation of successful technologies to address the waste plastics problem are put at risk. The ISCC Plus certification ensures successful technologies can be implemented to improve the world’s environment.

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Jodie Morgan

CEO

Jodie Morgan

CEO

Jodie brings over 30 years of manufacturing leadership experience, having built and led 5 companies as CEO/President and 3 of those companies with an ESG focus.

Most recently, Jodie served as the CEO of GreenMantra Technologies, a privately-held early- stage advanced recycler of waste plastics to specialty waxes. Previously, she was President of Pinova, a PE-backed manufacturer of specialty chemicals from renewable resources.

Currently, she serves on the boards of NanoXplore (TSX) and Bartek Ingredients (PE backed) and is active with The National Association of Corporate Directors and The Women Corporate Directors.

Jodie earned degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Delaware and holds an MBA in Finance from West Chester University of Pennsylvania.