Circular Economy

The circular economy is restorative and regenerative by design and aims to keep products, components, and materials at their highest utility and value at all times, whilst distinguishing between technical and biological cycles.

Focus areas

Waste Management

Microrecycling processes that produce materials from waste on a small scale, as well as seeking new applications for waste that currently does not have a recycling option other than Waste to Energy or compost/ soil enhancers.

Applied Materials

Sustainable Materials that are developing new applications for existing secondary raw materials such as old clothing and textiles, plastics, waste timber and glass etc.

Supply Chain Management

Developing new model that achieve regional or local loops and/or open and closed material loops in technical and biological cycles that results closer collaboration within and beyond immediate industry boundaries and public and private procurement in the service industry as a lever for the scaling up of circular business models

Some of our focus technologies include

  • Microrecycling¬†and new scaleable¬†processes
  • AI and Data Analytics
  • Data Management of waste streams
  • Microbial technologies to deliver new raw materials
  • Chemical, photonics or mechanical separation tech