Our world-leading research and material development has allowed us to offer a range of services to help you integrate circularity into your business and move towards a more climate-positive future.
We generate a comprehensive picture of your company’s current environmental impact based on your ‘waste’ streams - or as we prefer to call them, resources. This data, supplemented with resource testing, reveals opportunities for material development, in turn helping you introduce circularity, decarbonise, reduce costs and add value to your business and supply chain.
Mycoremediation is the process of breaking down synthetic, man-made 'waste' streams, such as plastic, using fungi. As the only company providing this unique service, we use a library of fungal strains to degrade, detoxify and decarbonise these problematic 'waste' streams. By using mycoremediation as an end-of-life solution we transform a harmful end-of-life process into one that is regenerative.
As a developer and manufacturer of bio-based materials we can reliably say we are experts in material development. We develop regenerative materials to address your needs, be it in replacing synthetic elements in your existing products or creating new ones to help you decarbonise. We develop, prototype, rigorously test and assess materials using our top of the rage in-house R&D facilities as well conduct holistic environmental, social and economic impact assessments. Our material development services aim to deliver a viable material ready for scaling and commercialisation.
As a leader in biomimicry, we take a material-led approach to our product development. This approach can help realise a new product idea or re-design and evolve an existing product addressing the need for decarbonisation. We design, prototype, rigorously test and assess products using our top of the range, in-house R&D facilities as well conduct holistic environmental, social and economic impact assessments. Our product development services aim to deliver a viable product ready for scaling and commercialisation.