Technologie Biokomposite Nachhaltigkeit
Adding a cycle using residuals

Boost the circular economy

The technology developed by FluidSolids starts where other business operations end: it makes use of biomass residuals, the by-products of the production processes, and adds a brand-new production cycle to the circular economy.

The use of FluidSolids® biocomposites to produce components and products is highly cost-effective, as it addresses three cost drivers: savings on material procurement, transport and waste disposal! And because you are reusing waste materials normally disposed of unsustainably, you are reducing your environmental impact during production, processing, recycling and disposing.

Circular Economy

FluidSolids® economy

4x

the size of Germany

“Great Pacific Garbage Patch” is the name of a floating mass of garbage which looks like an island and is floating between Hawaii and California. A latest study puts its size at 1.6 million square metres – that’s 4 x the size of Germany.
(Source: www.nature.com)

2050

there‘ll be more plastic than fish in the sea

At the current rate, and if no action is taken, there may be one ton of plastic for every three tons of fish by 2025 and plastic outnumbering fish by 2050.
(Source: www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org)

1 truck

every minute

In 2014 a truck load of plastic ended up as waste in the ocean every minute. In 2030 this is expected to increase to two truck loads every single minute.
(Source: www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org)

Reducing costs and carbon footprint

Production waste and products made of FluidSolids® biocomposites may be used again at the end of their life-cycle – simply add them to virgin materials and reprocess them. Any waste that you don’t add to recycling may be composted or incinerated in an energy-from-waste plant yielding additional revenue.

By implementing the FluidSolids technology into your production process you are complementing the circular economy by adding an extra cycle that not only saves costs but truly improves your operation’s carbon footprint.

Technologie Biokomposite Nachhaltigkeit

Waste as feedstock

Reuse and monetize