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Biohm has developed a library of unique fungal mycelium strains that are suitable for biomanufacturing construction materials and are regularly being trained to consume a wider variety of waste and by-products as feedstock .


Orb (Organic Refuse Biocompound) is another bio-based material that has been developed by Biohm and, much like mycelium, it utilises food and agricultural by-products and excess resources as a feedstock.


The feedstock can be derived from by-products generated by offices and commercial infrastructure, public and urban infrastructure, industrial production processes, raw material processing, farming and agricultural practices, as well as construction and fashion waste streams. It is essential to Biohm that all the feedstock that is used in material production is either a genuine waste stream or by-product from another larger-scale commercial, agricultural or industrial process. It is also important that they are deemed problematic or do not currently have a regenerative end-of-life solution.


Biohm offers a climate-positive resource management service that incorporates a series of in-depth studies, in-house R&D lab experiments and testing and third-party certified material testing against industry standards with the aim of integrating your by-products and excess resources into Biohm’s ever-growing biomanufacturing processes.


The outcome of this work will be the complete integration of your outputs as inputs into Biohm’s circular and regenerative production processes creating a collaboration that works towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), tackles waste and the climate crisis, sequesters carbon and restores local equity in communities through job creation and direct social investments.