We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.
We're building the future of physical goods. And we're doing it with biomass; sourced locally, infinitely scalable, and cost competitive. But why is it important? It's an entirely new way of doing things, and the benefits are staggering: unprecedented reductions in costs, carbon emissions, and labor. The stage is being set for a world of abundance.
The future will be built on biomaterials. Meaning, on simple biomass and biology. Materials that cost almost nothing, and do most of the work. If you're a business and want to learn more, contact us. Let's work together to accelerate radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity.
In the US, 12.2 million tons/yr of wood ends up in landfills. We rematerialize sawdust to create sustainable and high-volume wood products. Our strong yet lightweight properties localize supply chains to acheive net-zero CO2e.
In the US, 3.7 million tons/yr of wet coffee grounds traditionally end up in landfills. We divert the grounds and repurpose them to create high-quality, robust products. The results are nothing short of transformational.
In Mexico, 0.1 million tons/yr of sargassum washes up on beaches; most of which is collected and destined for landfills. Our revolutionary process turns this waste stream into products removing methane and CO2e.